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House Dems clear one health obstacle, others loom Associated Press | These talks have been off and on more than Larry King's wedding ring.
Obama invites Gates, Cambridge officer to the White House Boston Globe | Obama tries to put story to rest. Did this work? And what would those three talk about over a beer?
Ready for her Close-up New Republic | Why some Alaska lawmakers got tired of working with Palin.
As Health Bill Is Delayed, White House Negotiates New York Times | Harry Reid finally admits what everyone already knew about that Aug. 7 deadline.
The Healthcare Timeout is Fine. FiveThirtyEight | Chris Webber's timeout in 1993 was bad, this one isn't.

Obama Parries, and Critics Pounce
Boston Globe |
The White House would very much like the Gates issue to go away now.

Inside Bush and Cheney's Final Days Time | In the end, heated words were exchanged over the fate of Scooter Libby.
Open Government — or ‘Transparency Theater’? CQ Politics | What exactly is the administration required to tell Congress, and when?

By Ben Pershing  |  July 24, 2009; 5:23 PM ET
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