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7:20 PM ET, June 18, 2010

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Brian Montopoli / CBS News:
Senior Official: Obama Administration Will Challenge Arizona Immigration Law  —  Updated 1:56 p.m. Eastern Time  —  As Hotsheet reported yesterday, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said in a television interview in Ecuador this month that the Obama Justice Department “will be bringing a lawsuit” …
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Fox News:
Obama Administration Planning to File Suit Against Arizona Immigration Law  —  Shown here are Attorney General Eric Holder and Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer.  (AP Photos)  —  The Obama administration plans to file suit challenging Arizona's immigration law, officials told Fox News on Friday.
Ed Morrissey / Hot Air:
Breaking: WH will sue Arizona over SB1070  —  CBS News reports that a “senior administration official” has confirmed to them that Hillary Clinton was telling the truth in the interview with an Ecuadorian media outlet.  The Obama administration will file a lawsuit in federal court to block Arizona's …
Sally Quinn / Washington Post:
Hillary Clinton should be Obama's vice president  —  Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden should switch jobs.  —  Really.  —  It makes sense for the Democrats, actually.  Clinton has done an incredible job as secretary of state.  First of all, she has worked harder than anyone should ever be expected to.
CNN:
Official: Justice Department plans to sue over Arizona law
Discussion: Feathered Bastard and Mediaite
New York Times:
Administration Plans Suit to Block Arizona Immigrant Law
Discussion: Daily Kos
Sharron Angle / 8newsnow.com:
GOP Senate Nominee Sharron Angle Breaks Her Silence … LAS VEGAS - As Sharron Angle greeted supporters at Stoney's Restaurant in Las Vegas, 8 News NOW Reporter Nathan Baca approached her to ask about her Social Security plan.  —  Her website calls for “transitioning out” Social Security and Medicare.
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Jane Hamsher / Firedoglake:
Alan Simpson: Cutting Social Security Benefits to “Take Care of the Lesser People in Society”  —  Each time the Catfood Commission holds its secret meetings, Alex Lawson of Social Security Works has been outside with his camera, shooting video of the closed front door as FDL runs a live stream on our front page.
Laura Myers / Las Vegas Review-Journal:
Angle speaks about doing battle
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The Fix:
Democrats on Joe Barton's oil spill comments: “It's not the end of this”
Peter Fenn / Pundits Blog:
Joe Barton's oil slick
Discussion: CNN
Molly Hooper / The Hill:   Top Republican joins chorus calling for Rep. Barton to step aside
Sydelle Moore / Congress Blog:
The Big Question: Should Barton step down over BP apology?
Discussion: The Politico and Mediaite
Clifford Krauss / New York Times:
BP Moves Hayward to Lesser Role in Spill Response  —  A day after he came under relentless attack at a Congressional hearing, BP chief executive Tony Hayward was displaced as the man in charge of the company's response to the spill.  —  “It is clear Tony has made remarks that have upset people …
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Sky News:
Exclusive: BP Chairman Talks To Sky
Yahoo! News:
Hayward relieved of managerial duties in BP shakeup
Discussion: Don Surber
Jim Hoft / Gateway Pundit:   BREAKING: Tony Hayward Relieved From Duties At BP (Video)
Washington Post:
Jobs bill blocked in Senate  —  The Senate effectively rejected a slimmed-down package of jobless benefits and state aid late Thursday, rebuffing President Obama's call for urgent action to bolster the economic recovery.  —  Sens. Ben Nelson (D-Neb.) and Joseph I. Lieberman (I-Conn.) …
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The Note:
Senate (sort of) Averts ‘Havoc’ Over Medicare Payments
ABCNEWS:
Medicare Payment Cuts to be Implemented Despite Senate Action
Discussion: The Note
David Rogers / The Politico:   Senate passes ‘doc fix’
John Krahnert III / Pilot:
Former Resident Recalls Run-In With Etheridge  —  A video of Rep. Bob Etheridge physically confronting a college student in Washington brought back unpleasant memories for one former Moore County resident.  —  Brandon Leslie, who moved away seven years ago and is now an attorney in Oxford …
BBC:
Utah firing squad death announced on Twitter  —  Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff uses Twitter to get his message out  —  It was a very modern way to announce a very old-fashioned death.  —  Shortly after midnight in the US state of Utah, Attorney General Mark Shurtleff picked up his Apple iPhone …
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Michael O'Brien / The Hill:
Franken launches full-throated attack on ‘conservative activism’ on courts  —  Republican senators and conservative jurists found themselves on the defensive after Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) blasted “conservative activism” on federal courts.  —  Franken, in a major speech Thursday evening …
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Alan Greenspan / Wall Street Journal:
U.S. Debt and the Greece Analogy  —  Don't be fooled by today's low interest rates.  The government could very quickly discover the limits of its borrowing capacity.  —  An urgency to rein in budget deficits seems to be gaining some traction among American lawmakers.  If so, it is none too soon.
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Jacob Greber / Bloomberg:
Greenspan Says U.S. May Soon Reach Borrowing Limit
Frank Newport / Gallup:
U.S. Voters Split on Obama Re-Election in 2012  —  Little change seen since March on this measure  —  PRINCETON, NJ — U.S. registered voters remain split on whether President Obama deserves to be re-elected in 2012, with 46% saying he does and 51% saying he does not — little changed from earlier this year.
Chico Harlan / Washington Post:
N. Korea lifts ban on private markets to prevent famine  —  SEOUL — Bowing to reality, the North Korean government has lifted all restrictions on private markets — a last-resort option for a leadership desperate to prevent its people from starving.  —  In recent weeks, according …
Center for Responsible Lending:
FORECLOSURES BY RACE AND ETHNICITY: THE DEMOGRAPHICS OF A CRISIS  —  Our new research shows that the foreclosure crisis is not over, and runaway foreclosures continue to drain hundreds of billions of dollars in wealth from families, hitting communities of color the hardest.
New York Times:
School Officials Say Candidate Overstated His Role  —  CHICAGO — A leader of the church in upstate New York where Representative Mark S. Kirk of Illinois claims he worked as a nursery school teacher said on Friday that he had overstated his role there.  —  The leader, Sally Grubb …
 
 
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Howard Gleckman / TaxVox:
The Non-Jobs Bill  —  Congress' effort to pass a jobs bill stalled …
Discussion: The Atlantic Online
Susan Davis / Washington Wire:
Eric Cantor's Investment
Ezra Klein:
Research desk reports: Do millionaires flee high-tax states?
Discussion: Matthew Yglesias
Richard Rainey / New Orleans Times-Picayune:
BP adding piers to marina in which Plaquemines President Billy …
Discussion: Ben Smith's Blog and Daily Kos
Andrew Sullivan / The Daily Dish:
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Aharding / CNN:
Obama spends 58 minutes in Ohio
Discussion: Weekly Standard
Andrew Sullivan / The Daily Dish:
Barton And The Right  —  The right-wing punditariat backs …
Andy Barr / The Politico:
Brown: Nazi comment off-the-record
Discussion: Liberty Pundits Blog
Bob Parks / NewsBusters.org:
Newsweek's Reed: Obama ‘Out of His Cotton-Picking Mind’