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GM Bondholder Committee Accepts Revised Deal Wall Street Journal | How many more times is this story going to reverse course?
Pentagon denies Report Iraq Prison Photos Show Rape Reuters | Pentagon pushes back against Telegraph story, and so does Gibbs.
Case Against Roland Burris Remains Cloudy Politico | Recorded conversations definitely make Burris look bad, but he probably isn't in legal trouble.
First Thoughts on Specter v. Sestak RealClearPolitics: Horse Race Blog | Specter is by no means safe now that he's a Democrat. But is Sestak really much of a candidate himself?
Operation Gringo: Can the Republicans Sacrifice the Hispanic Vote and Win the White House? FiveThirtyEight | In theory, the GOP doesn't have to improve among Hispanic voters. But it sure would be helpful.
Single-Regulator Plan for Banks Now Close Wall Street Journal | This will be the most-read story on K Street this morning.
Abu Ghraib Abuse Photos 'Show Rape' Daily Telegraph | A disturbing report that seems to explain why Obama doesn't want these photos released.
It's Not About Bill New York Times Magazine | Peter Baker delivers a lengthy update on how 42 is "trying to define his role and find his place in the Age of Obama."
GOP Looks for Alternate Routes to Block Sotomayor's Path Los Angeles Times | Republicans may not be able to beat Sotomayor, but they can use wedge issues to extract their pound of flesh from Democrats.
Robert Gates: The Bureaucrat Unbound Time | Gates never got press this good when he worked for Bush.

By Ben Pershing  |  May 28, 2009; 4:55 PM ET
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