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6:05 PM ET, December 10, 2006

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BBC:
Chile's Gen Pinochet dies at 91  —  Chile's former military leader Augusto Pinochet has died, the Santiago hospital treating him after an earlier heart attack has announced.  —  The hospital said the condition of the 91-year-old general had suddenly worsened, AP news agency said.
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BBC:
Chile's Gen Pinochet dies at 91  —  Chile's former military leader Augusto Pinochet has died at the age of 91.  —  The general entered a Santiago hospital a week ago after a heart attack.  He was thought to be recovering when his condition suddenly worsened on Sunday.
Discussion: Harry's Place
Associated Press:
Augusto Pinochet, Who Ruled Chile, Dies at 91  —  SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) — Gen. Augusto Pinochet, who overthrew Chile's democratically elected Marxist president in a bloody coup and ruled this Andean nation for 17 years, died Sunday, dashing hopes of victims of his regime's abuses that he would be brought to justice.
Discussion: TalkLeft
Times-Picayune Updates:
Jefferson swarms back to win re-election  —  Confounding political pundits and a slew of rivals who had become confident of his defeat, U.S. Rep. William Jefferson, D-New Orleans, neatly sidestepped a roiling federal corruption probe to win re-election on Saturday to his ninth term in Congress.
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Cain Burdeau / Associated Press:
Jefferson Overcomes Scandal, Wins Reelection  —  Voters looked past a federal bribery investigation of Rep. William J. Jefferson (D-La.) and reelected the eight-term congressman in a runoff election Saturday.  —  Jefferson grabbed a commanding lead over state Rep. Karen Carter, a fellow Democrat …
Michelle Malkin:   Freezer burn: "Cold Cash" Jefferson wins
Ann M. Simmons / Los Angeles Times:
Rep. Jefferson holds on to his seat in Louisiana
Mark Steyn / Chicago Sun Times:
ISG must stand for, uh, Inane Strategy Guesswork  —  Well, the ISG — the Illustrious Seniors' Group — has released its 79-point plan.  How unprecedented is it?  Well, it seems Iraq is to come under something called the "Iraq International Support Group."
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Washington Post:
Hawks Bolster Skeptical President
Caroline Glick / Jerusalem Post:
Column One: Jews Wake Up!
Discussion: Dr. Sanity and Power Line
neo-neocon:   The ISG and the USIP: who are these people and why are they saying all these things?
Glenn Greenwald / Unclaimed Territory:
Did Rahm Emanuel lie about his knowledge of Mark Foley?  Yes.  —  At the height of the Mark Foley scandal in October — when Democrats were pounding Denny Hastert and company on a daily basis for having taken no action despite knowing about the emails sent by Foley to at least one page …
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CNN:
Aide: Democrat leader heard of Foley e-mails in 2005 … WASHINGTON (CNN) — The head of the House Democrats' campaign committee, Rep. Rahm Emanuel, had heard of former Rep. Mark Foley's inappropriate e-mails to a former male page a year before they became public, a campaign committee aide told CNN.
Captain Ed / Captain's Quarters:
Greenwald Pounds Emanuel
Discussion: NewsBusters.org and Hot Air
Times of London:
Secret American talks with insurgents break down  —  SECRET talks in which senior American officials came face-to-face with some of their most bitter enemies in the Iraqi insurgency broke down after two months of meetings, rebel commanders have disclosed.  —  The meetings, hosted by Iyad Allawi …
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Jules Crittenden / Boston Herald:
Leadership defined, Bush stays course
Discussion: Ray Robison and Bill's Bites
jules crittenden:
George Bush, Still President
Discussion: The Democratic Daily
Captain Ed / Captain's Quarters:   So Much For Negotiations With 'Insurgents'
Jimmy Carter / Washington Post:
What Would Jimmy Do?  —  Simon & Schuster.  264 pp.  $27  —  Jimmy Carter tells a strange and revealing story near the beginning of his latest book, the sensationally titled Palestine Peace Not Apartheid.  It is a story that suggests that the former president's hostility to Israel is, to borrow a term, faith-based.
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Newsweek:
Ideas: Presidential Provocation
Discussion: Power Line
John Amato / Crooks and Liars:
Sen. Smith on Iraq: "...that is dereliction, that is immoral"  —  Republican Gordon Smith ripped Bush over Iraq on the floor of the Senate Thursday: … On THIS WEEK, Smith dug a bit deeper to clarify his remarks:  —  Video-WMP Video-QT … Transcript via ABC below the fold:
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Washington Post:
Dairy Industry Crushed Innovator Who Bested Price-Control System  —  In the summer of 2003, shoppers in Southern California began getting a break on the price of milk.  —  A maverick dairyman named Hein Hettinga started bottling his own milk and selling it for as much as 20 cents a gallon less …
Observer:
US bugged Diana's phone on night of death crash  —  The American secret service was bugging Princess Diana's telephone conversations without the approval of the British security services on the night she died, according to the most comprehensive report on her death, to be published this week.
Jason Burke / Observer:
Britain stops talk of 'war on terror'  —  Foreign Office has asked ministers to ditch the phrase invented by Bush to avoid stirring up tensions within the Islamic world  —  Cabinet ministers have been told by the Foreign Office to drop the phrase 'war on terror' and other terms seen as liable …
Discussion: sisu and Hot Air
Telegraph:
UN downgrades man's impact on the climate  —  Richard Gray, Science Correspondent, Sunday Telegraph  —  Mankind has had less effect on global warming than previously supposed, a United Nations report on climate change will claim next year.  —  The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change …
 
 
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Darlene Superville / Associated Press:
Future bright for ex-members of Congress
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Brent Baker / NewsBusters.org:
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Allahpundit / Hot Air:
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Discussion: TMZ.com
New York Times:
Bush Aides Seek Alternatives to Iraq Study Group's Proposals …
Discussion: Eschaton and The Next Hurrah
Jonathan Weisman / Washington Post:
GOP Laments Mixed Results As Control of Congress Ends
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