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Stocks Advance as Congress Nears Agreement on Bailout Bloomberg | The markets like news of an agreement, but will a bill be signed by Monday morning?
Nope, Nothing Campaign-Related Here Politico: Jonathan Martin | McCain's sitting in his Senate office while negotiations continue elsewhere.
In CBS Interview, Palin Cites 'Victory' in Iraq Washington Post | Palin tackles questions about Iraq and why Alaska's border with Russia matters.
North Carolina Is a Tossup The Atlantic: Marc Ambinder | Polling shows presidential race in N.C. is now essentially tied.
Prosecution Outlines Case Against Stevens Anchorage Daily News | In opening statement at corruption trial, prosecutors lay out what Sen. Stevens got without paying for it.
Is McCain Preparing to Vote Against the Bailout Bill? CQ Politics Insider | The language McCain wouldn't agree to in his joint statement with Obama.
Lawmakers Seem Near Deal on Bailout New York Times | McCain may be coming to save negotiations that don't actually need saving.
Filings Show Davis Still an Officer at Lobbying Firm Newsweek | Drip, drip. drip come the stories on McCain campaign chief. How does this end?
Obama Leads, but 8 States Hold the Key Associated Press | Analysis has Obama leading electoral vote, 229-200, but plenty of states remain up for grabs.
Bush and Candidates to Meet on Bailout New York Times | Bush warns of impending disaster, and he wasn't referring to Obama and McCain coming to White House today.
Democrats Claim Bailout Breakthrough Reuters | Frank and others say a deal is close, but don't believe it until it's on the president's desk.
Hillary to Stump for Obama in Mich. Grand Rapids Press | Clinton to campaign for Obama Saturday in a state that could have helped her get the nomination, if not for the delegate controversy.

By Ben Pershing  |  September 25, 2008; 7:49 AM ET
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