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Obama Open to Prosecution, Probe of Interrogations Associated Press | Did Obama just go off-message on a very important topic?
Blagojevich Can't Go to Costa Rica for TV show Chicago Tribune | A sad day for connoisseurs of bad television.
Harman Asks AG to Release Alleged Calls MSNBC: First Read | Harman pushes back hard against reports making her look bad.
Newsom Makes His Official Governor Bid Online San Francisco Chronicle | He announces his campaign simultaneously on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. GR8!
Underground Man New Republic | Drudge is a genuine hermit. Hopefully he will link to this page.
Poll: Americans Still Back Democrats, But Not as Much CNN | Survey says support for the Hill majority has slipped since January, but Democrats still look a whole lot better than Republicans right now.
Lawmaker Is Said to Have Agreed to Aid Lobbyists New York Times | More backstory on Jane Harman's allegedly wiretapped conversation. Unanswered question: Did the NSA regularly record lawmakers' calls?
Cheney v. Obama on Torture Politico | Cheney wants the administration to declassify memos suggesting tough interrogation policies actually worked.
Dean Claims he Lit Match for Obama The Hill | The Forgotten Democrat takes some credit for Obama's win, arguing that the 2008 campaign wouldn't have been possible without his own 2004 bid.
Obama Nominee Touches a Nerve in Conservatives Boston Globe | The right increases pressure on pick for State Department legal post.

By Ben Pershing  |  April 21, 2009; 2:46 PM ET
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