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Pakistani Taliban Leader Threatens Washington Wall Street Journal | Group responsible for Lahore attack says D.C. may be next. How comforting.
Obama starts First Major Foreign Trip Reuters | Obama arrives in London with a packed agenda.
Bankruptcy Is Now ‘More Probable,’ New G.M. Chief Says New York Times | Path forward still unclear, but at least the carmaker is acknowledging bankruptcy as an option.
Obama’s Nobel Headache Newsweek | Krugman gets the cover treatment. Maybe now Obama will learn to pronounce his name correctly.
Ben Nelson: A Help or a Hurdle? Politico | A profile of everyone's favorite swing vote.
Detroit's Fate Sealed in West Wing Wall Street Journal | How the White House devised the auto plan.
Gates Securing a Role Under Yet Another President New York Times | Gates developing a strong relationship with Obama, and they both admire policies of Bush 41.
Riding the Anti-Wall Street Wave to Congress? Los Angeles Times | Special election in NY puts populist anger to the test as a campaign strategy.
How Sarkozy Raised the Stakes Ahead of London Summit Times of London | French president injects a note of drama on the eve of G20.
No Electoral College in 2012? FiveThirtyEight | Nate Silver on a new state-level initiative to make the popular vote decisive (and, theoretically, force him to change the name of his blog).

By Ben Pershing  |  March 31, 2009; 3:56 PM ET
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