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For U.S., a Sea of Perilous Red Ink, Years in the Making New York Times | An interesting analysis of the anatomy of the U.S. budget deficit: How much is the fault of the economy, how much is the fault of George W. Bush’s policies, and how much are President Obama’s policies helping or hurting?
On Health Care, Congress Must Navigate Tricky Political Terrain Washington Post | A look at the political terrain surrounding this year’s attempt to redesign the U.S. health care system – it may be better than in the past, but it’s still treacherous.
Family of Slain Doctor Shutters Abortion Clinic Washington Post | Even with Roe v. Wade still firmly in place, access to abortion services is not secure – in this case as a ripple effect of the killing of a well-known doctor who performed controversial, late abortions.
Boomers to This Year's Grads: We Are Really, Really Sorry Wall Street Journal | Members of the once-defiant Woodstock generation, now in positions of political or other forms of power, issue a series of apologies in commencement speeches to this spring's crop of college graduates.
Times Co. Seeks Globe Bids Boston Globe | Anyone concerned about the future of journalism has to pay attention to the drama playing out at the Boston Globe, with the New York Times apparently now seeking bids for the137-year-old newspaper after union employees rejected pay cuts and a loss of job security.

By Ben Pershing  |  June 10, 2009; 8:28 AM ET
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