Romanoff Confirms White House Job Discussions; Arizona Governor to Meet With Obama: Today's Headlines

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US Senate candidate Andrew Romanoff acknowledged that he discussed possible jobs with the deputy chief of staff of the Obama administration -- all contingent upon his decision not to challenge US Sen. Michael Bennet. -- Denver Post

Obama extends benefits for same-sex partners of federal employees. -- CNN

Paul McCartney was honored with the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song at the White House last night. -- The New York Times

Gary Coleman was divorced at the time of his death, which means his ex Shannon Price may not have had the authority to take him off life support. -- The Huffington Post

Arizona Governor Jan Brewer will be meeting with President Obama today for the first time since the state passed its controversial new immigration law. -- ABC News

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