This Morning On The Stephanie Miller Show

Lawrence Korb, Assistant Secretary of Defense under President Reagan and Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress, calls in at 6:30am to talk about the torture memo debate.

Frances Callier & Angela V. Shelton (Frangela) join us in studio for another edition of “Fridays with Frangela!!!”

Supreme Court Justice David Souter is retiring after 18 years on the nation’s highest court. Souter will leave after the current court term recesses in June. Souter, 69, was tapped for the court by President George H.W. Bush in 1990 but disappointed many conservatives when he turned out to be a moderate with an independent streak.

A government official who traveled to Mexico City to support the delegation accompanying President Obama later came down with flu-like symptoms. Testing is underway to determine if the Energy Department staffer contracted the swine flu virus.

After months of living on government loans, Chrysler finally succumbed to bankruptcy yesterday, pinning its future on a top-to-bottom reorganization and plans to build cleaner cars through an alliance with Italian automaker Fiat.

Judy Shepard doesn’t think Rep. Virginia Fox (R-NC) was sincere when she apologized for calling the 1998 murder of Shepard’s son, Matthew, “a hoax.” Fox made the comments Wednesday when she was debating against passage of the Hate Crimes Bill.


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