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9:50 AM ET, November 14, 2008


 Top Items: 
Mike Allen / The Politico:
Hillary Clinton could be Sec. of State  —  Several Obama transition advisers are strongly advocating Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.) for secretary of State, a move that would create the ultimate “Team of Rivals” cabinet, according to officials involved in the discussions.
Firstread / MSNBC:
HILLARY FOR STATE?  —  From NBC's Andrea Mitchell  —  Two Obama advisers have told NBC News that Hillary Clinton is under consideration to be secretary of state.  Would she be interested?  Those who know Clinton say possibly.  But her office says that any decisions about the transition are up to the president-elect and his team.
MSNBC:   Sen. Clinton eyed as secretary of state?
Ben Smith / Ben Smith's Blogs:
Hillary goes to Chicago
Wall Street Journal:
Nancy Pelosi's Motown Juggling Act  —  What do bleeding Detroit auto makers, Colombia and green groups have in common?  Not a lot, unless you are Nancy Pelosi.  —  If there was a moment that highlights to what extent the Democratic Party has become captive to its special interests, this might be it.
U.S. automakers bailout outlook in doubt-senator  —  A senior Democratic senator raised doubts on Thursday that an attempt to bail out U.S. automakers had enough support to clear Congress this year.  —  As Republicans amplified their concerns about a bailout, Senate Banking Committee Chairman …
Rex W. Huppke / Chicago Tribune:
Bill Ayers: Barack Obama a ‘family friend’  —  Bill Ayers, former 1960s radical activist turned college professor, listens to Rev. Jeremiah Wright Jr. speak at Northwestern University during an event hosted by Northwestern's Black Student Alliance.  Ayers' name gained prominence during …
Mark Mooney / ABCNEWS:
Campaign Bogeyman William Ayers Talks to ‘GMA’  —  'Good Morning America's' Chris Cuomo Grills '60s Radical Bill Ayers  —  William Ayers, the 1960s radical whose violent history became a focal point in the 2008 presidential election, said today that the Republicans unfairly “demonized” …
The Trail / Washington Post:
Obama to Tape ‘60 Minutes’ Interview  —  By Michael A. Fletcher and Lisa de Moraes  —  President-elect Barack Obama is scheduled to break his recent regime of holding private meetings in Chicago by giving his first post-election interview today.  “60 Minutes” landed the interview …
Paul Krugman / New York Times:
Depression Economics Returns  —  The economic news, in case you haven't noticed, keeps getting worse.  Bad as it is, however, I don't expect another Great Depression.  In fact, we probably won't see the unemployment rate match its post-Depression peak of 10.7 percent, reached in 1982 (although I wish I was sure about that).
Discussion: Silicon Alley Insider
GOP governors unhappy with Palin press conference  —  Some GOP governors weren't happy with how Palin's press conference unfolded.  (Getty Images)  —  MIAMI (CNN) — Some Republican governors tell CNN they were not particularly happy with the way the Republican Governors Association press conference …
Walter Pincus / Washington Post:
CIA Chief: Iraq Not Main Front  —  CIA Director Michael V. Hayden said yesterday that al-Qaeda remains the single greatest threat to the United States but that Iraq is no longer the central front in the broader war on terrorism.  —  “Today, the flow of money, weapons and foreign fighters …
Discussion: Think Progress and New York Times
Associated Press:
White powder sent to Mormon temples in Utah, LA  —  LOS ANGELES - Letters containing a suspicious white powder were sent Thursday to Mormon temples in Los Angeles and Salt Lake City that were the sites of protests against the church's support of California's gay marriage ban.
Peter Baker / New York Times:
For Obama and Family, a Personal Transition  —  CHICAGO — A couple of weeks ago, Barack Obama headed to the Hyde Park Hair Salon for a trim.  He greeted the staff and other customers and plopped down in the same chair in front of the same barber who has cut his hair for the last 14 years.
J. Taylor Rushing / The Hill:
Schumer: GOP trying to stop Minn. recount  —  Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) on Thursday accused Republicans of trying to halt the Minnesota Senate recount through intimidation and vowed the process “won't be another Florida.”  —  Schumer, the chairman of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee …
Washington Post:
Free the GOP  —  The Party Won't Win Back the Middle as Long As It's Hostage to Social Fundamentalists  —  Four years ago, in the week after the 2004 presidential election, we were working furiously to put the finishing touches on the book we co-authored, “It's My Party Too …
Discussion: and TBogg
Carol D. Leonnig / Washington Post:
AIG to Pay Millions To Top Workers  —  American International Group plans to pay out $503 million in deferred compensation to some of its top employees, saying it must tap the funds to keep valuable workers from exiting the troubled insurance giant.  —  News of the payments to top AIG talent comes …
Eurozone officially in recession  —  The eurozone has officially slipped into recession after EU figures showed that the economy shrank by 0.2% in the third quarter.  —  This follows a 0.2% contraction in the 15-nation area in the previous quarter from April to June.
Discussion: PoliBlog (TM)
Ali Frick / Think Progress:
Dennis Miller: Liberal women hate Sarah Palin because ‘she has a great sex life.’  —  On the O'Reilly factor last night, Dennis Miller declared that liberal women hate Gov. Sarah Palin (R-AK) because “she has a great sex life”: … Watch it:  —  Male pundits seem obsessed with Palin's sex life.
Kim Hart / Washington Post:
Role of Federal Tech Czar to Be Defined by Obama  —  The most talked-about tech job in government is one that never before existed.  —  On the campaign trail, Barack Obama said he would appoint the nation's first chief technology officer who would, according to his Web site …
Discussion: Political Machine and
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Rich Lowry / The Corner:
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Sarah Wheaton / The Caucus:
Emanuel Apologizes for Father's ‘Arab’ Comments
White House:
President Bush Discusses Financial Markets and World Economy
Discussion: EconLog
Binyamin Appelbaum / Washington Post:
FDIC Details Plan To Alter Mortgages
Discussion: and Corrente
Edward Wong / New York Times:
Factories Shut, China Workers Are Suffering
Discussion: The Agonist
Brown: major countries must cut taxes now
Michael A. Fletcher / Washington Post:
Economic Advisers Represent Wide Range
Matthew Mosk / Washington Post:
Democrats Benefiting From Post-Election Lobby Boom
 Earlier Items: 
Nikita Stewart / Washington Post:
EBay Sites Will Ban Sales of Tickets to Obama's Swearing-In
Discussion: Time
Charles Bremner / Times of London:
Vladimir Putin ‘wanted to hang Georgian President Saakashvili by the balls’
Discussion: The Daily Dish and FP Passport
Andrew Sullivan / The Daily Dish:
Vindication  —  At one moment, in one speech, I tried to explain …
Discussion: L'Hôte and Alas, a blog
Meg Kinnard / Associated Press:
SC priest: No communion for Obama supporters
Electa Draper / Denver Post:
Haggard: Scandal grew from childhood sex abuse
Discussion: DownWithTyranny! and Firedoglake