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How He Did It Newsweek | Mag's traditional behind-the-scenes opus includes lots of anti-Palin tidbits. Apparently she LOVES to shop.
Palin Faces Questions, Different Landscape When She Returns to Alaska Anchorage Daily News | She returns home less popular than when she left. What's next -- 2012 or a Senate run? Both?
Waxman to Take On Dingell Roll Call | Race is on for chairmanship that will have big impact on Obama's agenda, particularly on the environment.
Barack Obama, Our Next President Chicago Tribune | Windy City's native son -- by way of Hawaii and Indonesia, etc. -- makes good.
Near-Flawless Run Is Credited in Victory New York Times | Yes, the environment helped Obama. But so did an extraordinarily disciplined campaign.
As Economic Crisis Peaked, Tide Turned Against McCain Wall Street Journal | Financial meltdown, and the bailout fight, sealed McCain's fate.
Republicans Take Another Hit in the House Politico | GOP loses at least 20 seats -- less than some expected but still a lot. The road back to the majority will be a long one.
America the Liberal New Republic | Is this the start of an "enduring majority," or a one-off result that will be undone in the 2010 midterms?

By Ben Pershing  |  November 5, 2008; 7:47 AM ET
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