DAY'S END ROUNDUP

FROM THE BLOGS:

Scalia Unplugged 

In a wide-ranging interview with New York magazine, Justice Antonin Scalia discusses everything from homosexuality and the Devil to “Seinfeld” and “Duck Dynasty.”

Portion of Colorado wants to secede

Residents of a small area in northern Colorado want to secede from the state because of more liberal laws that have been implemented recently such as stricter gun control measures. The New York Times reports

Son of al Qaeda suspect’s son describes attack

The Guardian reports the al Qaeda suspect U.S. forces captured in Libya over the weekend was taken by masked men who converged on his house in Tripoli, according to the suspect’s son. 

ATF rejects agent’s 'Fast and Furious' book

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is preventing a federal agent from publishing a book on the failed gun investigation, The Washington Post reports


OTHER NEWS:

Kerry warns climate change is ‘inviting catastrophe’

The Hill’s Laura Barron-Lopez reports Secretary of State John Kerry warned at an APEC conference the lack of a global commitment to address climate change is "inviting catastrophe."

GOP disapproval rating hits 70 percent

A new Washington Post/ABC News poll says the public’s disapproval of Republicans has spiked from 63 percent at the end of September to 70 percent. The Hill’s Jon Easley reports