Rep. Henry "Trey" Radel was sentenced to a year of parole and charged a fine of $250 for possession of cocaine. During his time away from Washington, Rep. Radel will enter an in-patient Florida treatment center and will donate his salary to charity. He does not plan to leave office.
Richie Incognito filed a grievance over his suspension from the Miami Dolphins. Jonathan Martin gave seven hours of testimony Friday about locker room incidents involving Richie Incognito. Martin says he still wants to play in the NFL.
Senate Democrats have proposed closing over a dozen tax 'loopholes' as part of a budget package. Gleckman examines how closing these 'loopholes' could be beneficial to the budget but why it's unlikely to happen.