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3:55 AM ET, January 10, 2008

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Associated Press:
AP NewsBreak: Richardson Ends Bid  —  MERRIMACK, N.H. (AP) - New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson ended his campaign for the presidency Wednesday after twin fourth-place finishes that showed his impressive credentials could not compete with his rivals' star power.
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Leslie Wayne / New York Times:
Richardson Drops Out of Democratic Race  —  Gov. Bill Richardson of New Mexico is pulling out of the presidential race, after coming in fourth in both the New Hampshire primary and the Iowa caucuses.  —  Mr. Richardson made the decision after returning to New Mexico yesterday and meeting with his top advisers.
MSNBC:
Richardson campaign denies withdrawal report  —  AP reports N.M. governor is pulling out of Democratic presidential race  —  MERRIMACK, N.H. - New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson ended his campaign for the presidency after twin fourth-place finishes in Iowa and New Hampshire, The Associated Press reported Wednesday.
MSNBC:
Richardson to end presidential run  —  Democratic N.M. governor to announce decision Thursday, sources say  —  MERRIMACK, N.H. - New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson will announce Thursday that he is ending his campaign for the presidency, sources inside the Richardson campaign confirmed to NBC News on Wednesday.
Hooman Majd / The Huffington Post:
It's a Fake  —  The Pentagon's version of the encounter in the Strait of Hormuz on Sunday morning, involving U.S. Navy warships and Iranian Revolutionary Guard patrol boats is, at the very least highly suspicious.  On Tuesday, the Navy released video footage and an audiotape to back its claims …
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Nazila Fathi / New York Times:
Iran Accuses U.S. of Faking Persian Gulf Video
Discussion: Emptywheel and TIME
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Robert Novak / Chicago Sun Times:
McCain shreds Romney's plan, is likely nominee
The Big Trunk / Power Line:
READING JOHN MCCAIN, PART 2
Discussion: My Man Mitt.com
Patrick Ruffini / TownHall Blog:
HRC's Sexism Factor  —  Lost in all the commentary about the crying game was another pivotal moment — perhaps the pivotal moment — in Hillary Clinton's turnaround: two unidentified men yelling “Iron my shirt!” at the candidate the night before the election.
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Jodi Kantor / New York Times:   Women's Support for Clinton Rises in Wake of Perceived Sexism
The Politico:
Dem front-runners face urgent choices
Discussion: New York Times
Cindy Bevington / kpcnews.com:
Voter cited by opponents of Indiana's ID law registered in two states  —  WASHINGTON - On the eve of a hearing before the U.S. Supreme Court, the Indiana Voter ID law has become a story with a twist: One of the individuals used by opponents to the law as an example of how the law hurts older Hoosiers is registered to vote in two states.
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CBS News:
Clinton On Her Win, Rivals' “Buddy System”  —  Hours After Her N.H. Win, Comeback Clinton Raps Her Opponents … CLINTON: On Tuesday morning when I got up before the sun was up, and was out helping to deliver coffee to everybody who was working for me, I felt really good by the time I came in around early afternoon.
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Andrew Sullivan / The Daily Dish:
Against The “Buddy System”
Discussion: TalkLeft and Shakespeare's Sister
Greg Sargent / TPM Election Central:
Obama Campaign Co-Chair Questions Hillary's Tears  —  The Tears are now officially an issue in Campaign 2008.  —  Obama's national campaign co-chair, Jesse Jackson, Jr., just went on MSNBC and appeared to question Hillary's tears, which he called “tears that melted the Granite State,” adding that those tears “moved voters.”
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Brad Stone / Bits:
AT&T and Other ISPs May Be Getting Ready to Filter  —  For the past fifteen years, Internet service providers have acted - to use an old cliche - as wide-open information super-highways, letting data flow uninterrupted and unimpeded between users and the Internet.  —  But ISPs may be about to embrace a new metaphor: traffic cop.
Anthony Boadle / Reuters:
CIA whistle-blower Philip Agee dies in Cuba  —  HAVANA (Reuters) - Philip Agee, a former CIA spy who exposed its undercover operations in Latin America in a 1975 book, died in Havana, the Cuban Communist Party newspaper Granma said on Wednesday.  —  Agee, 72, died on Monday night …
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Paul Begala / The Huffington Post:
Fox News: We Report — Even if We Know It's False  —  I've been dealing with the media and politics for 25 years, but I've never had a more surrealistic day than January 8.  Several times that day Fox News reported that I was joining Sen. Hillary Clinton's campaign.
Associated Press:
Study: 151,000 Iraqis died in 3 years after U.S. invasion  —  About 151,000 Iraqis died from violence in the three years after the United States invaded, concludes the best effort yet to count deaths — one that still may not settle the fierce debate over the war's true toll on civilians and others.
Discussion: Hullabaloo
Associated Press:
Johnson backs Obama  —  MITCHELL, S.D. (AP) South Dakota Senator Tim Johnson is endorsing a colleague for the Democratic presidential nomination.  —  Johnson says he's backing Barack Obama because he's bi-partisan and wants to bridge differences between the two parties.
Discussion: Talking Points Memo and TalkLeft
 
 
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