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10:15 AM ET, November 14, 2010


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Eric Lichtblau / New York Times:
Nazis Were Given ‘Safe Haven’ in U.S., Report Says  —  WASHINGTON — A secret history of the United States government's Nazi-hunting operation concludes that American intelligence officials created a “safe haven” in the United States for Nazis and their collaborators after World War II …
Frank Rich / New York Times:
Who Will Stand Up to the Superrich?  —  IN the aftermath of the Great Democratic Shellacking of 2010, one election night subplot quickly receded into the footnotes: the drubbing received by very wealthy Americans, most of them Republican, who tried to buy Senate seats and governor's mansions.
New York Times:
Try Something Hard: Governing  —  Many Americans who voted this fall expressed a deep mistrust of government.  House Republicans' triumphalist vows to tie up the Obama administration with nonstop investigations and obstructionist budget crimping are not going to allay those voters' concerns — or solve any of the country's problems.
Carol E. Lee / The Politico:
Obama to push Senate on START  —  YOKOHAMA, Japan - President Obama told Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Sunday that he'll push the Senate in coming weeks to ratify a nuclear arms treaty the two leaders signed earlier this year.  —  “I reiterated my commitment to get the START treaty done during …
Discussion: FrumForum
Bridget Johnson / The Hill:   Obama assures Medvedev START will get ‘done’ in lame-duck
Los Angeles Times:
Economists weigh in: Can the economy be saved?  —  (Illustration by Anthony Russo / For The Times)  —  It has been more than two years since the financial and economic crash of 2008.  Since then, many things have improved, and the U.S. economy is officially out of recession.  But many Americans are still hurting.
Discussion: FrumForum
Traci McMillan / Bloomberg:
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, 9/11 Mastermind, Unlikely to Have Trial, Post Says  —  The accused mastermind of the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, may remain behind bars without trial indefinitely because of disagreement over his trial location, according to the Washington Post.
Eric Lipton / New York Times:
A Journey From Lawmaker to Lobbyist and Back  —  WASHINGTON — When Cooper Industries, a century-old manufacturing company based in Texas, moved its headquarters to Bermuda to slash its American income tax bill, it had to turn to a Washington insider with extraordinary contacts to soothe a seething Congress.
Discussion: Washington Monthly
Michael O'Brien / The Hill:
Missouri Dem warns McCaskill against ‘disloyalty’ to Obama  —  Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D-Mo.) warned Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) of “disloyalty” to President Obama if she should seek to distance herself from the White House in her re-election campaign.  —  Cleaver, who's seen as the likely next leader …
Discussion: Sun Herald and Weasel Zippers
Krissah Thompson / Washington Post:
Tea party groups have wide range of goals for new champions in Congress  —  South Carolina tea party activist Sunny O'Donovan plans to travel to Washington in January to personally witness the swearing-in of her new congressman, Jeff Duncan, who was elected with the backing of several tea party groups.
Nina Mandell / NY Daily News:
Cindy McCain tweets support of John McCain's standing on Don't Ask Don't Tell, despite recent video  —  Cindy McCain announced that she is against the repeal of “Don't ask, don't tell” one day after she appeared in a video where she lends her support to end the ban on gays openly serving in the military.
Campbell Robertson / New York Times:
After Party's Rout, a Blue Dog Won't Back Down  —  ASHEVILLE, N.C. — After a junior year in which he almost won the Heisman Trophy, Heath Shuler was picked in the first round of the 1994 National Football League draft by the Washington Redskins.  In fewer than two seasons …
Discussion: Booman Tribune
Burma releases pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi  —  The BBC's correspondent in Rangoon witnessed Aung San Suu Kyi's release  —  The Burmese military authorities have released the pro-democracy leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, from house arrest.  —  Appearing outside her home in Rangoon …
Los Angeles Times:   Myanmar frees opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi
Aung San Suu Kyi ‘completely free’ after 15 years of arrest
Sean Rayment / Telegraph:
Britain's top soldier says al-Qaeda cannot be beaten  —  The new head of Britain's armed forces, Gen Sir David Richards, has warned that the West cannot defeat al-Qaeda and militant Islam.  —  He said defeating Islamist militancy was “unnecessary and would never be achieved”.
Discussion: Weasel Zippers and Raw Story
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David Kocieniewski / New York Times:
Taking Aim at the Mortgage Tax Break
Discussion: Felix Salmon and Althouse
Online NewsHour:
Shields and Brooks on Tax Cuts, Debt, Lame-Duck Congress, Bush Book
Discussion: Crooks and Liars
Wall Street Journal:
Redistricting Hype Blurs Reality
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Jesse McKinley / New York Times:
Backers of Legal Marijuana Find Silver Lining in Defeat of California Measure
Meredith Shiner / The Politico:
Nicer Emanuel woos Chicago voters
Discussion: CNN