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For February 10, 2012 – Thousands in Syria protest Russia's U.N. vote, state attorneys generals sign $26 billion settlement with leading mortgage lenders and Nancy Pelosi takes on Stephen Colbert...
• Thousands in Syria protest Russia's U.N. vote: "Twin blasts tore through government buildings in the Syrian city of Aleppo on Friday, fueling official claims that "terrorists" and not government forces are causing the violence that has left thousands dead across the country."
• State attorneys generals sign $26 billion settlement with leading mortgage lenders: "The $26 billion mortgage settlement had a lot of support - as evidenced by the 49 out of 50 state attorneys general that signed on to it. Some critics of the Obama administration said the fact that the settlement will be able to help only a small percentage of troubled homeowners raises other questions about fairness."
• Contraception controversy consumes D.C., campaign: "Congressional Democrats and Republicans escalated their rhetorical war Thursday over a pending federal rule requiring religiously affiliated employers to provide full contraception coverage to women - one day after hints emerged of a possible compromise between the White House and conservative religious critics."
• Nancy Pelosi takes on Stephen Colbert: "The Alice in Wonderland state of American politics has just reached a new level. Nancy Pelosi, the stately, serious former House speaker released a video satire Thursday going after comedian Stephen Colbert for his super PAC."
• Tiger Woods' upturn continues at Pebble Beach: "Former world No. 1 Tiger Woods' recent upsurge in form continued on the first day of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am as the 14-time major winner carded a four-under-par 68 in his opening round of the PGA Tour season."