Today, the Minnesota Supreme Court ruled in favor of Al Franken; a faith-based coalition started airing a handful of health care radio ads; and the Obama administration announced a new Consumer Financial Protection Agency.

We also rated Norm Coleman's concession; Sarah Palin's political future; the difficulty (or ease) of eliminating Don't Ask, Don't Tell; whether Franken's victory really gives Democrats 60 Senate seats; and we discussed whether the Justice Department is taking aim at Oracle.

Tomorrow: President Obama holds a health care town hall meeting in Annandale, VA.

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