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Battle Looms Over Choosing Souter's Successor NPR | Souter makes it official, and the battle lines are drawn.
Obama’s Qualifications: Someone Like Souter, Believes In ‘Right to Privacy,’ Empathizes With the Powerless ThinkProgress | During the campaign, Obama explained what he was looking for in a justice.
Her Rival Now Her Boss, Clinton Settles Into New Role New York Times | Clinton and Obama seem comfortable, but note the sniping at Gen. Jones.
Bunning Retirement Might Not Save GOP in Kentucky FiveThirtyEight | Grayson, the likely successor Republican nominee to Bunning, isn't all that popular either.
12 Points To Consider In Replacing Souter National Journal | Stuart Taylor looks back at Souter's career and ahead at his possible successors.
Supreme Court Justice Souter To Retire NPR | Obama's first pick will be to replace one of the court's younger liberals.
Justifying His Fiscal Policies, Obama Borrows From the G.O.P. New York Times | Now it's a Democrat's turn to claim that deficits don't matter.
Steele vs. the Establishment Politico | Some in GOP feeling buyer's remorse over chairman pick.
At Treasury, Big White House Role Wall Street Journal | The real power at Treasury -- Rahm Emanuel.
Gates Grilled Over Fate of Guantanamo Inmates Reuters | Now that Republicans have seized hold of this issue, don't expect them to let go anytime soon.

By Ben Pershing  |  May 1, 2009; 4:15 PM ET
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