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Franken Claims He Is in the Lead The Hill | It's always reassuring when the state, the media and both campaigns all keep separate vote tallies, and none of them match.
What Obama's 27-Year-Old Speechwriter Learned from George W. Bush Esquire | A profile of suave-looking wordsmith Jon Favreau.
Tax Activist's Ad Challenges Obama's Eligibility for Office Chicago Tribune | One last review of the "debate" over where Obama was born.
Detroit's Big New Bailout Bill Forbes | All the other bailouts have continually grown in size, so why not this one?
Saxby Shows Republicans The Way Forward? FiveThirtyEight | Even in a GOP-leaning state, Chambliss' margin of victory was impressive.
Democrats Plot Series of Quick Legislative Victories Wall Street Journal | Democrats hope to move "low-hanging fruit" right away next year.
Jeb: I am considering Senate run Politico | The Senate might be a good place to hang out until 2016.
After Sharp Words on C.I.A., Obama Faces a Delicate Task New York Times | How far will 44 go in changing the intel policies and practices of 43?

By Ben Pershing  |  December 3, 2008; 7:42 AM ET
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