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4:25 PM ET, December 10, 2008

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Brian Ross / ABCNEWS:
Sources Say Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. is ‘Senate Candidate #5’  —  Feds Plan to Interview Chicago Congressman as Part of Blagojevich Probe  —  Chicago Congressman Jesse Jackson, Jr. (D-IL) is the anonymous “Senate Candidate #5” whose emissaries Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich reportedly claimed offered …
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Reid Wilson / The Hill:
Clues to identity of candidates #1-6  —  Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich's (D) arrest on criminal corruption charges raises new questions about those considered for appointment to replace President-elect Obama in the Senate, as Blagojevich weighed a handful of candidates for the job …
Domenico Montanaro / MSNBC:
First Read: NBC — ‘Candidate 5’ is Jesse Jackson, Jr.
Discussion: Think Progress
Chicago Breaking News:
Lawyer: Rep. Jackson ‘completely guiltless’
Discussion: The Swamp
David Johnston / New York Times:
Officials Say Jackson Was ‘Candidate 5’ in Case
Discussion: Wonkette
The Trail / Washington Post:
Obama: Blagojevich Should Resign  —  Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich and then-Sen. Barack Obama in 2005.  (James A. Finley/Associated Press)  —  By Anne E. Kornblut  —  President-elect Barack Obama believes that Gov. Rod Blagojevich should resign, his advisers said on Wednesday.
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New York Times:
Obama's Effort on Ethics Bill Had Role in Governor's Fall
Jim Oliphant / The Swamp:
Breaking: Senate Dems ask Blago to quit  —  The office of Sen. Harry Reid, the Senate majority leader, is circulating a letter Wednesday to the Senate Democratic Caucus for signatures that recommends Gov. Rod Blagojevich resign and under no circumstances make an appointment to fill Illinois' vacant Senate seat.
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Chicago Sun Times:
Madigan may take him to high court  —  SPRINGFIELD — If Gov. Blagojevich refuses to relinquish power and avoids impeachment, Attorney General Lisa Madigan is prepared to force his hand, aides said Tuesday.  —  The state's chief law enforcement officer is prepared to invoke …
CNN:   Senate choice could be taken from Blagojevich
Greg Hinz / Chicago Business:
Rep. Fritchey eyes impeachment proceedings
Discussion: DownWithTyranny!
Pam Spaulding / Pam's House Blend:
Jon Stewart slays the homophobic Huckabeast without breaking a sweat  —  UPDATE: Louise did a complete transcript of the segment in this diary - many thanks!  —  And entertains while doing so.  Jon Stewart asked serious questions any hard-hitting progressive journalist or political commentator …
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Ali Frick / Think Progress:   Stewart Grills Huckabee On Gay Marriage: ‘At What Age Did You Choose Not To Be Gay?’
Jesse McKinley / New York Times:   Gay Marriage Ban Inspires New Wave of Activists
Associated Press:
Deputy governor Greenlee resigns  —  CHICAGO - A spokeswoman for Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich says one of his top aides has resigned.  —  Spokeswoman Kelley Quinn on Wednesday said Deputy Gov. Bob Greenlee resigned.  The reason for his resignation wasn't immediately clear.
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Chicago Breaking News:
A Blagojevich deputy resigns  —  One of Gov. Rod Blagojevich's deputy governors resigned today in the wake of federal corruption charges against Blagojevich and his chief of staff.  —  Deputy Gov. Bob Greenlee, at right, hands a document to Gov. Rod Blagojevich in June.  (Chicago Tribune photo by Phil Velasquez)
Ian Talley / Wall Street Journal:
Obama Shapes Environment Team  —  WASHINGTON — Los Angeles Deputy Mayor Nancy Sutley is to be named the chairwoman of president-elect Barack Obama's Council on Environmental Quality, according to two senior Democratic aides.  —  Meanwhile, Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm is a leading candidate …
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Erika Lovley / The Politico:
Browner to be named new energy czar
Chicago Tribune:
Barack Obama plans to reach out to Muslim world  —  In exclusive interview, he says he plans to be sworn in like every other president, using his full name: Barack Hussein Obama  —  Barack Obama says his heart will remain in Chicago, even as he moves to Washington.  (Alex Garcia / Tribune / December 9, 2008)
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Andrew Malcolm / Top of the Ticket:
Text of Obama's first newspaper interview as president-elect  —  In his first post-election newspaper interview, President-elect Barack Obama doesn't spill all the beans about his intentions upon taking office on Jan. 20.  —  But he does reveal some interesting details.
Dave Orrick / TwinCities.com:
FBI reviewing allegations involving Norm Coleman ally, source says  —  Source: Inquiry involves alleged attempt to steer money toward senator  —  Federal investigators are looking into allegations that a longtime friend and benefactor tried to steer money to U.S. Sen. Norm Coleman, the Pioneer Press has learned.
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Jason Hoppin / TwinCities.com:
U.S. Senate race: Error might mean 171 absentee ballots went uncounted …
Discussion: TPM Election Central
Ben Smith / Ben Smith's Blogs:
Jindal says no  —  Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, seen by many Republicans as the most promising standard-bearer for a remade party, said at a Richmond, Va press conference that he isn't running for president in 2012.  —  At a news conference Wednesday with Bob McDonnell …
Discussion: CNN, Washington Monthly and TIME.com
US Department of Justice:
Former New York State Supreme Court Justice Indicted for Attempted Extortion and Bribery  —  WASHINGTON - A former Supreme Court Justice of the Third Judicial Circuit of the State of New York was charged today with attempted extortion and federal program bribery, Acting Assistant Attorney …
Discussion: Talking Points Memo
David Leonhardt / New York Times:
$73 an Hour: Adding It Up  —  Seventy-three dollars an hour.  —  That figure — repeated on television and in newspapers as the average pay of a Big Three autoworker — has become a big symbol in the fight over what should happen to Detroit.  To critics, it is a neat encapsulation …
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Foreign Policy:
The 10 Worst Predictions for 2008  —  Prognostication is by far the riskiest form of punditry.  The 10 commentators and leaders on this list learned that the hard way when their confident predictions about politics, war, the economy, and even the end of humanity itself completely missed the mark.
Discussion: Washington Monthly
 
 
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TPM Election Central:
Obama Team Rolls Out New Web Site That Takes Questions From Public
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Bernard Chapin / Pajamas Media:
The Decay and Fall of the West
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Ezra Klein / Los Angeles Times:
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David Nakamura / Washington Post:
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 Earlier Items: 
Richard Kerbaj / Times of London:
Teachers ‘beat and abuse’ Muslim children in British Koran classes
Glenn Beck:
Glenn talks to Joe the Plumber
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Noah Shachtman / Danger Room:
Mumbai Terror Group Trained American Jihadists
Amity Shlaes / Washington Post:
The Perils of a Cement Tsunami
Discussion: LiberalOasis and Betsy's Page