Takeouts: lawmakers vs. Toyota, Olympics preview, supreme court rules that ad libbing Miranda Rights is legal

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CONGRESS TAKEOUT: Some lawmakers may be facing a conflict of interest as they go toe to toe with Toyota executives. Communications director for the Center for Responsive Politics, Dave Levinthal, says many of these lawmakers are stockholders in Toyota.

OLYMPICS PREVIEW: Jason Stallman, reporting on the Winter Olympics for The New York Times, has the latest from Vancouver and looks ahead to Lindsey Vonn’s upcoming race.

SUPREME COURT: Supreme Court correspondent for The New York Times, Adam Liptak, explains the Court’s latest decision that police may now ad lib the Miranda Rights.

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