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Obama Picks Clinton, Gates to Lead National Security Team Wall Street Journal | The deed is done. Obama even let the nominees speak for a few minutes.
Recession in U.S. Started in December 2007, NBER Says Bloomberg | It's a good thing this news didn't come out before Election Day. If it had, Republicans would have done really badly. Oh, wait ...
The Obama Jolt Weekly Standard | Fred Barnes wonders if pres.-elect is "a secret centrist."
A Progressive Case for Gates Huffington Post | Max Bergmann argues that liberals should be cheered by Gates' reformist agenda.
Senate GOPer Blocking Appointment of Key Bailout Overseer: We Need Your Help! TPMMuckraker | Blogosphere hunts for the GOP senator holding up nomination of bailout IG.
A Handpicked Obama Team for a Shift in Foreign Policy New York Times | Will Obama's nat. security team follow him, or will he end up following them?
Hillary Clinton's Test at State: How She'll Work With Obama USA Today | Any signs of division between Clinton and her new boss could prove fatal to her effectiveness.
Democrats' Test Is Keeping Congress, White House in Sync Wall Street Journal | Obama's list of priorities seems clear, but that doesn't mean Congress will follow along.
Palin Campaigning in Ga. for Sen. Chambliss Associated Press | McCain and other big GOPers have already been to Georgia, but Palin's the closer.
Mumbai Attacks ‘Were a Ploy to Wreck Obama Plan to Isolate al-Qaeda’ Times of London | Renewed fight between India and Pakistan means trouble for Obama's plans for the region.

By Ben Pershing  |  December 1, 2008; 8:00 AM ET
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