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Sanford Traveled to Argentina for Taxpayer-Funded Trip Post and Courier | The state paid for visit referenced in notorious Sanford e-mails.
Supreme Court Rules School's Strip Search of Girl Was Illegal Washington Post | That's two major decisions in a week that went 8-1. What's with all the unity?
Ahmadinejad Assails Obama as Opposition Urges Defiance New York Times | Obama couldn't have picked a better enemy.
Exclusive: Read E-mails Between Sanford, Woman The State | They're not Bill O'Reilly-level gross, but still pretty tough to read.
Sanford Case a New Dose of Bad News for Republicans New York Times | Will voters really punish the whole party for the non-official foibles of a few members? The jury is out.
Obama's (Unintentionally?) Brilliant Strategy on Cap-and-Trade FiveThirtyEight | Why moving the climate change bill now is smart for Obama (even though it was Pelosi who made this call, not the White House).
Dems See Agenda Slipping The Hill | If Republicans will stall even routine bills, it will be hard for the majority to do everything they want in 2009.
House Split Over New Consumer Agency Los Angeles Times | On the back burner, Congress mulls Obama's financial regulatory overhaul.

By Ben Pershing  |  June 25, 2009; 5:04 PM ET
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