And now some fresh pickings from the Political Grapevine:
Delta Airlines has gone into damage control after two U.S. soldiers returning home from Afghanistan complained about almost $3,000 in extra baggage fees for their unit.
The soldiers posted a video online saying their orders stated each soldier was allowed up to four bags for free. But Delta agents charged them $200 for each fourth bag.
Delta later apologized and said its policy has now been updated. It did not say if it will reimburse the soldiers.
President Obama's 2012 re-election might not be a sure-thing according to one of Washington's most liberal senators.
Minnesota Democrat Al Franken made this observation during a hearing about FBI Director Robert Mueller's future.
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SEN. AL FRANKEN, D-MINN.: President Obama could nominate a new director that would be there for ten years...in two years he may not be the president so, I think that -- that bears mention.
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And finally, Greenpeace has a new target, Barbie.
Environmental activists have begun a campaign against manufacturer Mattel, a campaign that features Ken dumping the so-called serial killer Barbie over deforestation.
Greenpeace claims the toy packaging Mattel uses is helping destroy the rainforest in Asia. There's even a video.
Mattel says it's been in talks with Greenpeace and calls the campaign inflammatory.