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9:15 AM ET, November 30, 2008

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Ian Gallagher / Daily Mail:
‘I was told to kill to my last breath’: Captured terrorist's account of Mumbai massacre reveals plan was to kill 5,000 … The only terrorist captured alive after the Mumbai massacre has given police the first full account of the extraordinary events that led to it - revealing he was ordered to ‘kill until the last breath’.
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Gil Ronen / Arutz Sheva:
Rabbi Covered Wife's Body with a Tallit Before He was Killed  —  (IsraelNN.com) Details of the tragic aftermath of the terrorist massacre in Mumbai's Chabad House have become available.  —  WARNING: some readers may find the descriptions disturbing.  —  The bodies of Chabad-Lubavitch emissary …
Telegraph:
Mumbai attacks: 300 feared dead as full horror of the terrorist attacks emerges  —  The death toll in the Mumbai terror attack is expected to soar to nearly 300, Indian officials said, as details emerged of the highly-organised terror plot.  —  Damien McElroy and Rahul Bedi in Bombay, and Andrew Alderson
Times of India:
Mumbai locals helped us, terrorist tells cops
Fox News:   Scene of Unimaginable Carnage Inside Taj Majal Hotel
Peter Baker / New York Times:
Bill Clinton to Name Donors as Part of Obama Deal  —  CHICAGO — Former President Bill Clinton has agreed to disclose publicly the names of more than 200,000 donors to his foundation as part of an accord with President-elect Barack Obama that clears the way for Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton …
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Nancy Benac / Associated Press:
Obama team repackaging Clinton after campaign digs
Discussion: PoliGazette
Chris Cillizza / The Fix:
Bill Clinton Will Release Identity of Donors
Discussion: TIME.com, NY Daily News and MyDD
Michael Leahy / Washington Post:
GOP Looks to Young Louisiana Gov. Jindal as Its Own Version of Obama  —  Jindal May Prove To be Republicans' Version of Obama  —  CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — Last weekend, 18 days after Barack Obama decisively defeated their candidate for president, a mostly Republican crowd of self-described …
Karen DeYoung / Washington Post:
Top Officers Hopeful That Obama Will Bring More Realistic View Than Bush  —  Adm. Michael Mullen, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, went unarmed into his first meeting with the new commander in chief — no aides, no PowerPoint presentation, no briefing books.
Brigid Schulte / Washington Post:
Acorn Watchers Wonder What Happened to Crop  —  The idea seemed too crazy to Rod Simmons, a measured, careful field botanist.  Naturalists in Arlington County couldn't find any acorns.  None.  No hickory nuts, either.  Then he went out to look for himself.  He came up with nothing.
Discussion: The Corner
Jasper Copping / Telegraph:
Ocean currents can power the world say scientists  —  A revolutionary device that can harness energy from slow-moving rivers and ocean currents could provide enough power for the entire world, scientists claim.  —  The technology can generate electricity in water flowing at a rate of less than one knot …
Discussion: JustOneMinute
Belfast Telegraph.co.uk:
Mumbai photographer: I wish I'd had a gun, not a camera.  Armed police would not fire back  —  Jerome Taylor talks to the photographer whose picture went around the world  —  It is the photograph that has dominated the world's front pages, casting an astonishing light on the fresh-faced killers …
Jerry Markon / Washington Post:
Poignant Videos of Victims Valid in Court  —  Justices Decline to Weigh Use of Such Portrayals  —  The images are those of any childhood: a toddler wearing a snowsuit; a young boy fishing with his dad, a teenager mugging for the camera with his friends.  Green Day's modern prom-night classic …
Discussion: Althouse and TalkLeft
Jeffrey Rosen / New York Times:
Google's Gatekeepers  —  In 2006, Thailand announced it was blocking access to YouTube for anyone with a Thai I.P address, and then identified 20 offensive videos for Google to remove as a condition of unblocking the site.  —  ‘If your whole game is to increase market share,’ says Lawrence Lessig …
Discussion: Michelle Malkin
Robert Pear / New York Times:
Rush to Enact a Safety Rule Obama Opposes  —  WASHINGTON — The Labor Department is racing to complete a new rule, strenuously opposed by President-elect Barack Obama, that would make it much harder for the government to regulate toxic substances and hazardous chemicals to which workers are exposed on the job.
 
 
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Praise from Warner for Obama's ‘triumverate’
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Joseph Berger / New York Times:
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U.S. ‘Not Getting What We Pay For’
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