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As Newsweek retracts its story that sparked deadly riots and violent protests many lawmakers are looking for ways to make the magazine pay. Ohio Congresswoman Deborah Pryce is one, hear what she's calling on other lawmakers to do.

And then — one state is looking to combat obesity in kids by banning the sale of junk food in its public schools, but some parents are against the idea. Find out why.

Plus, what's it like to be fired by “The Donald,” that is Donald Trump? An “Apprentice” reject joins “DaySide” to share how it’s really done.

And a possible Senate showdown is nearing over the so-called nuclear option. Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (search) announced yesterday that he and Majority Leader Bill Frist (search) have broken off negotiations failing to reach a compromise over judicial filibusters and President Bush's judicial nominees. Correspondent Kelly Wright has the details.

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