14 sane Senators leave filibuster as is

At the last minute, it appears that the US Senate has diverted (for now) from the path of a rule change that would modify the handling of the filibuster for judicial nominees. Having not done any specific investigation into the nominees that they all agreed to give a vote to (or the two that will be withdrawn or filibustered), I can't say how much ground was given to preserve the Senate rule, but I'm sure that the radicals on both side aren't happy, and that's just about enough for me.

According to this article from the Washington Post, the 14 Senators who made the agreement come from all over the country, both sides of the aisle, and range in experience from newbies to Senators Warner (R-VA) and Byrd (D-WV).