Today’s UpTake: Rangel Ethics Hearings in D.C. By Jacob Wheeler | November 15, 2010 LikeTweet EmailPrint More More on Today's UpTake Subscribe to Today's UpTake The UpTake is in Washington, D.C. today to broadcast the long-awaited ethics hearings against House of Representatives stalwart Charles Rangel. These hearings could last for seven days, and you can watch them here in their entirety. Tomorrow, you can also watch our full-day coverage of the “Give to the Max” day telethon in St. Paul. We’ll be featuring Minnesota’s nonprofits, on the air, from 8 a.m. until midnight. Please, donate to The UpTake during “Give to the Max” day and help us reach our fundraising goal of $7,500. Did you catch Team Dayton and Team Emmer’s dramatic jockeying for position Friday, as a gubernatorial recount looms? You can watch the press conference held by Dayton lawyers Charlie Nauen and David Lillehaug. Reacting to the news that Emmer and the Republicans had sued St. Louis and Pine Counties, Lillehaug accused the GOP of embarking on “a fishing expedition.” Over the weekend, The UpTake also aired President Obama’s keynote address at the APEC CEO Summit in Yokohama, Japan, and Obama’s weekly address to the nation, that fiscal discipline requires transparency on earmarks. Support this story and all the stories from The Uptake. Donate.