The New York Times reports that supporters managed to get 59 “yes” votes, but 60 were needed to move to consideration of the bill itself. Presidential candidate John McCain was the only senator who has not involved in the voting process.
The bill was approved by the House a week ago, with the 235 to 181 vote falling short of the two-thirds needed to override a possible veto by President Bush.
Former US Senator George Mitcell has unveiled the ‘Mitchell Report' on steroid usage in Major League Baseball, which records the names of at least 50 players who have used banned drugs, including Clemens and Pettitte.
Film distribution is following a new trend, with Paramount launching Jackass 2.5 on the Internet for free on December 19—an entire week before it releases on DVD and pay per view Internet sites on December 26. The company made a deal with Facebook to promote the film to its members, using an outside source to stream the movie to viewers.
People magazine has disclosed nominations for the 65th Golden Globes, and you can find the listings right here. Nominations for the Globes encompass 14 movie and 11 TV categories, with many nominees stretching across multiple categories. The annual trophy show is slated to broadcast on Sunday, January 13.
Holiday shoppers trying to avoid the hustle and bustle of day-time shopping will have the full advantage of buying last-minute gifts way past midnight. Beginning December 21, eight Macy's stores, including the Herald Square flagship, will begin 24-hour operations.
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