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9:25 AM ET, November 16, 2008

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Mike Allen / The Politico:
Exclusive: Gregory Craig to be White House counsel  —  Gregory B. Craig, a well-known Washington lawyer who quarterbacked President Bill Clinton's impeachment defense, has been chosen White House counsel by President-elect Barack Obama, according to Democratic officials.
Jeff Zeleny / New York Times:
Say Goodbye to BlackBerry?  Yes He Can, Maybe  —  WASHINGTON — Sorry, Mr. President.  Please surrender your BlackBerry.  —  Those are seven words President-elect Barack Obama is dreading but expecting to hear, friends and advisers say, when he takes office in 65 days.
Jesse McKinley / New York Times:
Across U.S., Big Rallies for Same-Sex Marriage  —  SAN FRANCISCO — In one of the nation's largest displays of support for gay rights, tens of thousands of people in cities across the country turned out in support of same-sex marriage on Saturday, lending their voices to an issue that many gay men …
Discussion: Gothamist and New York Times
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Jay Lindsay / Associated Press:   Across nation, gay advocates protest marriage ban
Chris Cillizza / Washington Post:
5 Myths About an Election of Mythic Proportions  —  The 2008 presidential election ended less than two weeks ago, but the mythmaking machine has already begun to churn.  President-elect Barack Obama transformed the face of the electorate!  The Republican Party will be a miserable minority in Congress for the next century!
Frank Rich / New York Times:
The Moose Stops Here  —  ELECTION junkies in acute withdrawal need suffer no longer.  Though the exciting Obama-McCain race is over, the cockfight among the losers has only just begun.  The conservative crackup may be ugly, but as entertainment, it's two thumbs up!
Washington Post:
World Leaders Agree to Seek Major Reform  —  Group Pledges Cooperation to Restore Growth  —  World leaders holding an emergency meeting to combat the economic crisis agreed yesterday to a far-reaching action plan that, over the next 4 1/2 months, would begin to reshape international financial institutions …
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Sheryl Gay Stolberg / New York Times:
As Leaders Wrestle With Economy, Developing Nations Get Ringside Seats
Discussion: The Caucus
Times of London:
Barack Obama links Israel peace plan to 1967 borders deal  —  Uzi Mahnaimi in Tel Aviv and Sarah Baxter  —  Barack Obama is to pursue an ambitious peace plan in the Middle East involving the recognition of Israel by the Arab world in exchange for its withdrawal to pre-1967 borders …
Newsweek:
Obama's Lincoln  —  During the campaign, he pledged to be a unifying leader.  Good thing for Obama there are other presidents whose experiences he can draw on, including one, in particular, from his home state.  —  From the magazine issue dated Nov 24, 2008  —  It is the season to compare Barack Obama to Abraham Lincoln.
Discussion: BAGnewsNotes
The Huffington Post:
Rahm Emanuel Roasts Stephen Colbert (VIDEO)  —  White House chief of staff-designate Rahm Emanuel took some time off from the transition Friday night to hurl barbs at his longtime pseudo-nemesis Stephen Colbert (as well as Joe Biden, Sarah Palin, Joe Lieberman, et al...)
Discussion: BAGnewsNotes and The Swamp
Alistair Barr / MarketWatch:
Insurers in last-minute bid for Treasury money  —  Hartford buying small savings and loan to qualify for government bailout  —  SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — Several insurers, including Hartford Financial Services Group and Genworth Financial Inc., made last-minute bids for billions of dollars in government money Friday.
Bloomberg:
Rangel Plans Push to Cut Top Corporate Tax Rate to 28 Percent  —  Nov. 15 (Bloomberg) — New York Representative Charles Rangel said he's revising his tax overhaul proposal to reduce U.S. corporate tax rates to 28 percent, down from the current rate of 35 percent.
Discussion: Dean's World and Power Line
Chris Steller / Minnesota Independent:
‘Ordinary voter’ in New York Times recount story has strong GOP ties  —  A man presented as an “ordinary voter” in a New York Times article today about the impending recount in Minnesota's U.S. Senate race has strong ties to the Republican Party and conservative causes that the article does not reveal.
 
 
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Los Angeles Times:
More than 20,000 flee flames in O.C. Fire destroys or damages …
Discussion: American Power
Claire Cain Miller / Bits:
Gay-Rights Activists Use Web to Organize Global Rally
Discussion: Think Progress
Charles Hutzler / Associated Press:
Deaths uncounted in China's tainted milk scandal
Martin Kady II / The Crypt's Blogs:
Dems attach strings to auto bailout
Discussion: Buck Naked Politics
George W. Bush / Wall Street Journal:
The Surest Path Back to Prosperity
Discussion: Buck Naked Politics and EconLog
Amanda Terkel / Think Progress:
Greta Gushes That Palin ‘Stole The Show This Week’ At The RGA Conference
Bob Geiger:
The Saturday Cartoons
 Earlier Items: 
Jeremy W. Peters / New York Times:
Suppose Senator Clinton Got a Cabinet Post ...
Discussion: The Moderate Voice and Gothamist
William Kristol / Weekly Standard:
Beyond Doom & Gloom
Discussion: www.redstate.com
Suzanne Roig / Honolulu Advertiser:
Hawaii friends, former co-workers remember Madelyn Dunham
Discussion: The Swamp and Political Punch
New York Times:
2 Held in Election Night Beating of Black Youth
Discussion: Prometheus 6