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For January 15, 2013 – Public takes its shots at Lance Armstrong after admission to Oprah Winfrey, Obama says gun lobby stokes fear of federal action and Clarence Thomas breaks years of silence on bench...
• Public takes its shots at Armstrong after admission to Oprah: "The court of public opinion weighed in decidedly against Lance Armstrong ahead of the broadcast of his interview with Oprah Winfrey, who confirmed media reports Tuesday that the cyclist acknowledged using performance-enhancing drugs after years of denials."
• Obama says gun lobby stokes fear of federal action: "The gun lobby is "ginning up" fears the federal government will use the Newtown shooting tragedy, exactly one month ago, to seize Americans' guns, President Barack Obama said Monday."
• Pakistani Supreme Court orders arrest of prime minister in corruption case: "The Pakistani government came under attack from two angles Tuesday as the Supreme Court ordered the arrest of the country's prime minister and a rowdy anti-government rally took place near the national parliament."
• Hey Wall Street, get ready for more layoffs: "Citigroup (C, Fortune 500) and Morgan Stanley (MS, Fortune 500) have already announced new job cuts, and analysts predict other large banks will follow suit, as they seek to slash costs in the wake of declining revenue."
• Clarence Thomas breaks years of silence on bench: "It was just a few words and a joke at that. But Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas broke his seven-year long silence on Monday when he spoke at oral arguments. He made fun of lawyers from Yale, his law school alma mater."