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Rove Resigns:

ABC News' Jake Tapper: "Rove: 'I'm Moby Dick'" LINK

New York Times' Jim Rutenberg and Stephen Lee Myers: "Rove Will Resign as Bush Adviser at End of Month" LINK

Washington Post's Paul Kane: "Democrats Continue to Seek Testimony From Rove" LINK

Washington Post's Anne E. Kornblut and Michael D. Shear: "'Architect' Envisioned GOP Supremacy" LINK

Los Angeles Times' Maura Reynolds: "Bush losing key advisor at a low ebb" LINK

Wall Street Journal's John McKinnon and Jackie Calmes: "After Rove, Strategy Choices Loom" LINK

Boston Globe's Michael Kranish: "Rove exit could launch new political strategy" LINK

Politico's David Paul Kuhn: "Rove leaves during historic GOP downturn" LINK

Time Magazine's Massimo Calabres: "The Post-Rove White House" LINK

Washington Times' Jon Ward and Joseph Curl: "Bush adviser Rove resigns" LINK

Houston Chronicle's Julie Mason: "President is not expected to fill Rove position" LINK

Rove Resigns: Opinions & Analysis:

ABC News' Rick Klein: "10 Lessons From Karl Rove" LINK

Los Angeles Times' Tom Hamburger and Peter Wallsten: "Rove's imprint is deep; but is it lasting?" LINK

New York Times Editorial: "Mr. Rove Gets Out of Town" LINK

Washington Post's Eugene Robinson: "Goodbye, 'Boy Genius'" LINK

New York Times' Adam Nagourney: "Legacy Laden With Protégés" LINK

Robert Novak: "Karl Rove's Legacy" LINK

Grover G. Norquist: "The Architect's Great Project" LINK

Joshua Green in the New York Times: "A 'Great Society' Conservative" LINK

Los Angeles Times' Jonah Goldberg: "Bush's Napoleon" LINK

Wall Street Journal: "Rove's Brain" LINK

Boston Globe: "The mark of Rove" LINK

Boston Globe's Peter S. Canellos: "Rove helped shape a winning strategy" LINK

E.J. Dionne Jr.: "The mastermind steps out" LINK

Politico's Jim VandeHei and Mike Allen: "Rove bows out despised and deified" LINK

2008: Polls:

CBS News: "Giuliani Maintains Strength" LINK

2008: Republicans:

Washington Times' Eric Pfeiffer: "GOP candidates agree to YouTube debate" LINK

Concord Monitor's Lauren Dorgan: "Romney, Huckabee revel in Iowa wins" LINK

2008: Republicans: Giuliani:

Reuters' Steve Holland: "Giuliani says U.S. will need long presence in Iraq" LINK

New York Daily News' David Saltonstall: "Tougher Rudy to hit back on immigration" LINK

2008: Republicans: Romney:

Boston Globe's Lisa Wangsness and Ross Kerber: "Romneys are worth up to $250m" LINK

New York Times' David D. Kirkpatrick: "Romney Breaks Down His Millions in Income Last Year" LINK

Washington Post's John Solomon and Matthew Mosk: "Romney's Old Ties To Firm Pay Off" LINK

Los Angeles Times' Dan Morain: "Romney portfolio has link to Sudan" LINK

Boston Herald's Dave Wedge: "Sox fans, it's true: Mitt's a YES man" LINK

2008: Republicans: McCain:

The State's Aaron Gould Sheinin: McCain thinks he still has shot to win LINK

Associated Press' Jim Davenport: "McCain Calls Iowa Poll 'Meaningless'" LINK

Arizona Republic's Dan Nowicki: "McCain has big appeal with vets" LINK

2008: Democrats: Clinton:

Los Angeles Times' Peter Nicholas: "Clinton's first lady records locked up" LINK

New York Times' Patrick Healy: "'Not Invisible to Me'" LINK

USA Today's Susan Page: "Clinton gets close-up glimpse of nurse's life" LINK

2008: Democrats: Obama:

Associated Press' Philip Elliot: "Obama gets warning from friendly voter" LINK

2008: Democrats: Edwards:

Des Moines Register's Tony Leys: "Tardy Edwards keeps supporters waiting in heat" LINK

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