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Obama Sees More Pain Now but Hope Later on Economy New York Times | Obama counsels patience on the day a dissappointing retail sales report sends markets downward.
Blagojevich Pleads Not Guilty Chicago Tribune | Ex-gov. says his strategy going forward will be "the truth."
Appeals Court: Marine Can't Sue Murtha Associated Press | Lawmaker immune from suit for his comments on Haditha killings.
Vatican Vetoes Barack Obama's Nominees for US Ambassador Guardian | Vatican reportedly nixes three potential picks, including Caroline Kennedy.
North Korea to Restart Nuclear Reactor Financial Times | Regime is also backing out of six-party talks. What's the world's counter-move?
South Florida Cubans Conflicted Over U.S. Cuba Policy Shift Miami Herald | As U.S. policy toward Cuba changes, so do attitudes in Florida. Slowly.
Judges Rule Franken Winner; Coleman to Appeal Minneapolis Star-Tribune | Coleman will keep appealing, but his window is getting smaller.
Poll: Obama Earns Nation's Trust Politico | We trust the president and will do whatever he tells us to do. But we've been hurt before.
Bank Vet Pegged to Run Bailout Wall Street Journal | Obama taps current head of Fannie Mae -- that well-oiled machine -- to run TARP program.
Investigators Take Closer Look at Rep. Jackson in Blagojevich Case New York Times | Lawmaker's once-promising career now seriously tarnished.

By Ben Pershing  |  April 14, 2009; 3:23 PM ET
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