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Lawyer: Rep. Jackson 'Completely Guiltless' Chicago Tribune | Jackson Jr. is "Senate Candidate 5," but if Blago is the only witness against him, he's probably fine.
Democrats Claim Agreement on Auto Rescue Deal Wall Street Journal | Dems and the White House may have a deal, but Hill Republicans aren't on board.
FBI Reviewing Allegations Involving Norm Coleman Ally, Source Says St. Paul Pioneer-Press | Under normal scandal circumstances, this might be getting mroe attention.
State of Shame New York Times | Scott Turow writes that Fitzgerald had to bring Blagojevich case before it was ready.
Even a Kennedy Should Earn the Title RealClearPolitics | There's been some backlash against the Caroline-for-Senate movement.
U.S.: Senate Pick Was for Sale Chicago Tribune | Most amazing part of Blagojevich story: His brazen dealing for Obama seat while he knew he was under investigation.
Obama’s Effort on Ethics Bill Indirectly Led to Case New York Times | How Obama's backing of a state ethics measure helped bring Blago down.
Republicans Hail Swing of the Pendulum The Hill | The tables have turned, and the GOP is enjoying it.
Obama Says He Hopes to Help 'Reboot America's Image Around the World' Los Angeles Times | In interview, Obama emphasizes outreach to Muslims. And yes, he'll be sworn in as "Barack Hussein Obama."
GM to ‘Lose Control’ as Options Narrow to Car Czar, Bankruptcy Bloomberg | No matter what happens, GM as we know it is gone.

By Ben Pershing  |  December 10, 2008; 7:49 AM ET
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