6:11 The Phillies ended Charlie Manuel’s reign as manager of the team on Friday.

Charlie Manuel (Photo by Greg Fiume/Getty Images)

Charlie Manuel (Photo by Greg Fiume/Getty Images)

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6:42 Mayor Michael Nutter and Philadelphia City Council still disagree about to acquire the $50 million needed in order to open city schools on time.

6:45 Up to 40,000 teachers are using a dating website to meet older men in an effort to get by in hard economic times.

7:10 Chris talks to Jeff Roe and Michael Bronstein on the Monday Morning Matchup about the most recent debates over the Affordable Care Act and Chris Christie’s aspirations for the presidency.

7:42 New Jersey Governor Chris Christie amended the state’s medical marijuana regulations.

7:44 Christie also vetoed an assault weapon ban on Friday.

7:46 Tomorrow, Christie will endorse Steve Lonegan in New Jersey’s special Senate election.

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7:48 Former President Bill Clinton issued a letter attempting to refute a story about his foundation published in the New York Times last weekend.

7:49 Maureen Dowd writes that the Clinton’s are bringing back the same problems experienced when Bill was President.

7:52 Charles Krauthammer: Nations of laws or suggestions?

8:10 Chris talks to former Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel for the last time after he was replaced on Friday by Ryne Sandberg.

Charlie Manuel (Photo by Dustin Bradford/Getty Images)

Charlie Manuel (Photo by Dustin Bradford/Getty Images)

8:45 Actress Susan Sarandon says women “can’t just vote their vagina” when discussing the New York City mayor’s race.

8:56 President Obama said on Friday that Republicans are attempting to subvert the Affordable Care Act.

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9:42 Seth Mandel: Enough About Electability.