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3:10 PM ET, December 1, 2008

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CNN:
Obama rolls out national security team  —  (CNN) — President-elect Barack Obama on Monday announced Sen. Hillary Clinton as his pick for secretary of state, calling her an “American of tremendous stature who will have my complete confidence.”  —  “Hillary's appointment is a sign to friend …
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Mary Ann Akers / The Sleuth:
It Hurts To Be John Kerry Today  —  It must have been painful, but at least it was classy.  Sen. John Kerry's (D-Mass.) reaction statement to President-elect Obama's choice for secretary of state was the first to arrive in the Sleuth's inbox (besides, of course, Bill Clinton's).
Roger Cohen / New York Times:
Try Tough Love, Hillary  —  Imagine Ehud Olmert, the outgoing Israeli prime minister, saying this to Barack Obama:  —  “The United States has been wrong to write Israel a blank check every year; wrong to turn a blind eye to the settlements in the West Bank; wrong not to be more explicit …
Discussion: Newsweek, Commentary and The Sideshow
Susan Page / USA Today:
Hillary Clinton's test at State: How she'll work with Obama
Carrie Dann / MSNBC:
FIRST THOUGHTS: MADAME SECRETARY
Discussion: FP Passport and The Atlanticist
Rick Pearson / Los Angeles Times:
Hillary Clinton, Robert Gates on Obama national security team
Chris Isidore / CNNMoney.com:
It's official: Recession since Dec. '07  —  The National Bureau of Economic Research declares what most Americans already knew: the downturn has been going on for some time.  —  NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) — The National Bureau of Economic Research said Monday that the U.S …
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Rex Nutting / MarketWatch:
U.S. recession began in December 2007, NBER says  —  WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — The U.S. economy entered a recession in December 2007, a committee of economists at the private National Bureau of Economic Research said Monday.  The economy reached a peak in December and has been declining since …
Discussion: Economist's View and Wonkette
Michael M. Grynbaum / New York Times:
It's Official: Recession Started One Year Ago
Discussion: Outside The Beltway and TIME.com
Teddy Davis / ABCNEWS:
Palin in Georgia: ‘We Need Checks and Balances’  —  Senate Run-Off Could Determine Scope of Dem Power  —  With one day to go before a run-off election which will help determine the scope of the Democratic Party's majority in the United States Senate, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin urged voters in Augusta …
Discussion: The Raw Story, MyDD and Firedoglake
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Tom Jensen / Public Policy Polling:
Polling the Georgia race
Discussion: Taegan Goddard's …
Jim Tharpe / Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
Palin tells crowd nation is watching Georgia
Discussion: Think Progress and TIME.com
Jack Schofield / Guardian:
Memeorandum runs rings around Google News  —  If you want to know what's happening in the world, then Memorandum will tell you - at least in a couple of areas.  It's an automated news clipping service, known in the trade as a “news aggregator”.  It provides headlines and short texts updated every few minutes …
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Joe Gandelman / The Moderate Voice:
Take A Peek At Super-Quick Internet News Aggregater memeorandum  —  Take A Peek at memeorandum — if you haven't already.  —  When memeorandum first started TMV did a Take A Peek on it, and in reality it doesn't need one from TMV anymore.  But we did get some new readers this year.
Discussion: The Impolitic
Myglesias / Matthew Yglesias:
Cabinet Rank  —  Some people I know were less-than-thrilled to hear that Susan Rice would be heading to New York as our UN Ambassador since they would have rather seen her take a post in DC where she could help ensure that the Gates/Jones/Clinton “team of rivals” doesn't manage to lock …
Discussion: Eschaton and The Swamp
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Clay Risen / The New Republic:
Rice on Deck  —  Completely idle speculation here …
Discussion: Hot Air
Peter Baker / New York Times:
Choice for U.N. Backs Action Against Mass Killings
Lauren Sher / ABCNEWS:
Bush: ‘I Did Not Compromise My Principles’  —  President George W. Bush Says He Will Leave Office With ‘Head Held High’  —  Looking back on his eight years in the White House, President George W. Bush pinpointed incorrect intelligence that Iraqi President Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction as …
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ABCNEWS:
Transcript: Charlie Gibson Interviews President Bush
Paul Krugman / New York Times:
Deficits and the Future  —  Right now there's intense debate about how aggressive the United States government should be in its attempts to turn the economy around.  Many economists, myself included, are calling for a very large fiscal expansion to keep the economy from going into free fall.
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Meredith Whitney / Financial Times:
America must keep consumer liquidity flowing  —  As an analyst, it is my job to do fundamental research and call it as I see it, and my bailiwick is financials.  My outlook has been negative for over a year and, technically, I have been “right” on my calls.
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Neha Singh / Reuters:
Credit card industry may cut $2 trillion of lines: analyst
Discussion: Donklephant
Andrew Higgins / Wall Street Journal:
How to Combat a Banking Crisis: First, Round Up the Pessimists  —  Latvian Agents Detain a Gloomy Economist; ‘It Is a Form of Deterrence’  —  RIGA, Latvia — Hammered by economic woe, this former Soviet republic recently took a novel step to contain the crisis.
Discussion: The New Republic and Paul Krugman
Matt Apuzzo / Associated Press:
AP IMPACT: US diluted loan rules before crash  —  WASHINGTON - The Bush administration backed off proposed crackdowns on no-money-down, interest-only mortgages years before the economy collapsed, buckling to pressure from some of the same banks that have now failed.
Dorothy Rabinowitz / Wall Street Journal:
Deepak Blames America  —  The media look within to explain the sick delusions of the Mumbai killers.  —  If the Mumbai terror assault seemed exceptional, and shocking in its targets, it was clear from the Thanksgiving Day reports that we weren't going to be deprived of the familiar, either.
BBC:
Cheap sex - the credit crunch is biting under the sheets  —  As the credit crunch bites, Britons may be turning to sex as a cheap way to pass the time, a charity says.  —  A YouGov survey of 2,000 adults found sex was the most popular free activity, ahead of window shopping and gossiping.
Discussion: Fausta's Blog
Wall Street Journal:
India Security Faulted as Survivors Tell of Terror  —  At Tourist Haunts and Train Station, Swiftly Launched Assault Overwhelmed Police; Home Affairs Minister Steps Down  —  MUMBAI — As waiters started setting dinner buffets in Mumbai's luxurious hotels, the killings that would ravage …
 
 
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The Daily Beast:
How is it Obama can fill a Cabinet faster than NBC can replace Tim Russert?
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America's Other Auto Industry
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Andrew Breitbart / Washington Times:
Six degrees of Imran Khan
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