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Daschle Accepts HHS Cabinet Post Associated Press | Guess this means Howard Dean is out of the running.
Boehner, McCotter Prevail The Hill | Boehner is sticking around, but Cole is out and Sessions in at the NRCC.
Steering Divides Votes Between Dingell, Waxman Roll Call | Waxman narrowly wins recommendation from panel of bigwigs. Trouble ahead for Dingell?
Obama Insulted by al Qaeda Leader Chicago Tribune: The Swamp | Being verbally attacked by al Qaeda probably not the worst thing for Obama.
Madam Secretary? New York Times | Thomas Friedman not sure how well an Obama-Clinton partnership on foreign affairs would work.
Clinton Said to Be Unsure About Cabinet Job New York Times | Maybe she wants it, maybe she doesn't. Are Obama's people just irritated at this point?
The Rise and Fall of Sen. Ted Stevens Anchorage Daily News | A career built up over decades, destroyed by some home renovations and a fancy massage chair. It's Shakespeare crossed with the Sharper Image catalog.
Obama's Lincoln Newsweek | In case you haven't heard, 44 is a big fan of 16. Particularly how he dealt with the Clintons. (Ha.)
US Economy Chiefs Say Policies Bear Fruit Financial Times | Paulson and Bernanke tell skeptical Congress that their policies are working.
Let Detroit Go Bankrupt New York Times | Mitt Romney, son of Michigan and 2012 hopeful, prescribes tough medicine for the auto industry.

By Ben Pershing  |  November 19, 2008; 8:00 AM ET
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