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10:25 PM ET, June 13, 2008

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MSNBC:
NBC's Tim Russert dead at 58  —  Washington bureau chief, ‘Meet the Press’ moderator collapsed on job  —  Tim Russert at the Newseum in Washington on Nov. 14.  —  Live video  —  LIVE: Remembering Tim Russert  —  LIVE VIDEO: Watch MSNBC's coverage of the life of NBC News Washington …
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Charles Hurt / New York Post:
TIM RUSSERT DIES FROM APPARENT HEART ATTACK … Tim Russert, NBC journalist and political heavyweight host of “Meet the Press,” has died after collapsing at NBC's Washington news bureau.  He was 58 years old.  —  Television sources said Russert was recording a voice-over when he collapsed in the studio today.
Katharine Q. Seelye / The Caucus:
NBC's Tim Russert Dies  —  Tim Russert, the host of “Meet the Press,” and NBC's Washington bureau chief, has died.  He was 58.  —  Mr. Russert was a towering figure in American journalism and moderated several debates during the recent presidential primary season.
Howard Kurtz / Washington Post:
NBC's Tim Russert Dies at 58  —  Host of ‘Meet the Press’ Suffers Heart Attack  —  Tim Russert, the Democratic operative turned NBC commentator who revolutionized Sunday morning television and infused journalism with his passion for politics, died this afternoon.
Discussion: TVNewser, Tammy Bruce and TownHall Blog
Ben Smith / Ben Smith's Blogs:
Obama on Russert's death  —  Obama in Columbus, Ohio:
Michelle Malkin:
Reports: Tim Russert dead after heart attack; was working in NBC Washington bureau  —  He was 58.  —  Reports coming in from the NYPost and NYTimes.  —  He was a fixture of Beltway political journalism, good on the entitlement crisis, and by all accounts, a good-humored guy.
Chris Cillizza / The Fix:
On Tim Russert  —  News of the sudden death of Tim Russert, Washington bureau chief of NBC News and host of “Meet the Press,” will have a large — and lasting — impact on the world of politics and journalism.  —  Russert was, without question, the single most influential political journalist working in Washington.
Brian Maloney / The Radio Equalizer:
Talk Radio Reacts To News Of Tim Russert's Sudden Passing  —  RUSH: TIM WAS ‘GENUINE’  —  Talk Hosts Reflect On Legacy Of NBC's Tim Russert  —  *** WITH EXCLUSIVE QUOTES ***  —  The sudden and highly unexpected passing of NBC's Tim Russert has talk radio both in a state of shock and reflecting on his immense journalistic legacy.
Discussion: NewsBusters.org
John Cole / Balloon Juice:
Let's Get Something Straight
Mark Silva / The Swamp:
Tim Russert dead, heart attack
Discussion: The Crypt's Blogs
Michael Scherer / Swampland:
McCain Slams The Supreme Court's Habeas Decision  —  PEMBERTON, N.J.—I am still sitting in a John McCain town hall, so have not had time to transcribe the full quotes, but wanted to post this quick.  After a day of consideration, the McCain Campaign has decided to come out hard against yesterday's 5 …
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Glenn Kessler / The Trail:
Obama Defines Social Security ‘Doughnut’ Plan  —  COLUMBUS, Ohio — Sen. Barack Obama today plans to make a firm commitment to a Social Security tax hike on people making more than $250,000 a year, stepping away from an earlier plan he floated last year to boost the 12.4 percent payroll tax …
Discussion: The Corner, The Caucus and Eschaton
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Jeff Jarvis / BuzzMachine:
FU AP  —  I talked to a reporter this week about the embattled Associated Press and said three times that I didn't want it to die.  I might take that back.  —  The AP has filed truly noxious takedown notices against Rogers Cadenhead's community-created Drudge Retort, arguing copyright violations for quotes from 33 to 79 words long.
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Sara Just / Political Radar:
McCain Cancels Event with Controversial Fundraiser  —  ABC's Rick Klein reports: Sen. John McCain on Friday abruptly cancelled a Monday fundraiser that had been scheduled at the home of a Texas oilman, after ABC News contacted the campaign inquiring about a verbal blunder the Texan made during …
Jennifer Rubin / Commentary:
This Is Why Facts Matter  —  Senior Brookings Fellows Michael O'Hanlon and Kenneth Pollack gave a report today and entertained questions at a Brookings briefing on Iraq.  It was the single most illuminating presentation I have witnessed on the status of Iraq and the potential way forward.
Discussion: TBogg
Nico Pitney / The Huffington Post:
Dems Not Backing Obama?  Rahm Will Deal With It  —  As the man who guided (and pressured and arm-twisted) Democrats to historic congressional gains in 2006, what is Rep. Rahm Emanuel doing now about party members like Rep. Dan Boren who have balked at publicly endorsing Sen. Barack Obama?
Discussion: Open Left and Matthew Yglesias
Matthew Yglesias:
Request: Ambinder  —  A reader wants to know: “I know you read Ambinder's blog.  Do you think it's balanced?  If not, which way does it incline?”  I think it's very balanced.  I have no idea what Marc thinks and, indeed, I sometimes think Marc is so committed to reporting and balance that he doesn't know what he thinks.
Discussion: Open Left
Gallup:
Gallup Daily: Obama 46%, McCain 43%  —  Obama's lead shrinks slightly compared with earlier this week  —  PRINCETON, NJ — Barack Obama leads John McCain in national registered voter preferences for the election, but by a slightly narrower margin than he had earlier this week, 46% vs. 43%.
 
 
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Ali / Think Progress:
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David Sirota / The Huffington Post:
An Anti-Clinton for VP
Jonathan Stein / MoJoBlog:
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Discussion: Think Progress
Blue Texan / Firedoglake:
Noonan: Obama Is An Unpatriotic, Effeminate, Cynical, Immoral, Godless Opportunist
John Rodgers / Nashville City Paper:
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Ian Bailey / Globe and Mail:
Powell tells B.C. crowd he might vote for Obama
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