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Blagojevich: 'I have done nothing wrong' Chicago Tribune | Blagojevich says he's "dying to answer these charges." Just keep it family-friendly, please.
Franken Passes Coleman in Recount, But ... Minneapolis Star-Tribune | Inclusion of challenged ballots puts Democrat in the lead, but the numbers will keep changing.
GM and Chrysler Will Get $13.4 Billion in U.S. Loans Bloomberg | Administration gives in and offers short-term loan plan, rather than bankruptcy.
'Deep Throat' Mark Felt Dies at 95 Washington Post | The "most famous anonymous source in American history" passes, three years after his identity was revealed.
In Clinton List, a Veil Is Lifted on Foundation New York Times | Might be simpler to just compile a list of all the foreign countries that DIDN'T donate to Bill's foundation.
Attorney: Blagojevich Wiretaps Illegally Obtained Chicago Sun-Times | Impeachment panel starts asking for witnesses, but Blago's lawyer claims wiretap evidence can't be used at hearings.
Reps. Waxman, Dingell Reach Power-Sharing Accord The Hill | Dingell may have lost chairmanship, but he'll get to run health care reform effort.

By Ben Pershing  |  December 19, 2008; 7:49 AM ET
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