Cheezy headline of the day: Christie foes face political woes

Two Democratic Congressmen who were on the House Judiciary subcommittee that questioned Christopher Christie on Thursday found themselves with unrelated political problems of their own soon after the GOP candidate for Governor left Washington. House Judiciary Chairman John Conyers' wife, Detroit City Councilwoman Monica Conyers, pleaded guilty to federal corruption charges — she took envelopes stuffed with cash. And Steve Cohen, the subcommittee chairman and the Democrat who most aggressively challenged Christie on deferred prosecution agreements, will face a tough primary in a district where African American voters are the majority. Popular five-term Memphis Mayor Willie Herenton, an African American, said Thursday that he will challenge Cohen in the 2010 Democratic primary.

Cheezy headline of the day: Christie foes face political woes