Special Classifieds Feature

Buy Washington Post Inauguration newspapers, books, and more

Let us know what you are reading. We'll post Reader Picks throughout the day.
Required Reading
Moussavi Addresses Throngs Who March in Silent Protest in Tehran CNN | Opposition candidate speaks, most reports come only from Twitter.
In a Staff Shuffle, Signs of Obama’s Direction on Mideast New York Times | Still not totally clear why Dennis Ross is moving from State to the WH, but here are some theories.
Media Meme: #Obama STALL Atlantic: Marc Ambinder | Why a few days of bad headlines for Obama don't addup to much.
Are Republicans Undercutting Themselves On Blame For Deficits? FiveThirtyEight | When Republicans highlight the deficit, are they just reminding the public of Bush's record?

Public Wary of Deficit, Economic Intervention
Wall Street Journal |
Obama's numbers slip a bit across the board, but reports of his demise are probably exaggerated.

Obama Poll Sees Doubt on Budget and Health Care New York Times | See above. And how many Americans actually understand Obama's health care proposals?
Unanswered: Why He Told Las Vegas Sun | Was Ensign being extorted? And if he was, did he tell the FBI? Lots of unanswered questions.
10 Days in Tehran: What I Saw At the Iranian Revolution Time | Joe Klein describes election day and the ensuing chaos.
Will Seniors Kill Health Reform? Slate | The elderly already have Medicare, so don't necessarily want reform. And they vote.

By Ben Pershing  |  June 18, 2009; 4:43 PM ET
Go to full archive for Required Reading »


Please email us to report offensive comments.

The comments to this entry are closed.

© 2010 The Washington Post Company