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New York Times' MAUREEN DOWD: "Bomb, Bomb Iran" LINK

Wall Street Journal's JACKIE CALMES: "Clinton Proposes Additional Retirement-Savings Benefit" LINK

Washington Times' Editorial: "Clinton's lead in perspective" LINK

Washington Times' Editorial: "Friends like Sandy Berger" LINK

Washington Times' Donald Lambro: "Hillary eyes subsidized retirement accounts" LINK

Boston Globe's Marcella Bombardieri: "Clinton eyes boost to 401(k) savings" LINK

Anne E. Kornblut and Dan Balz: "Clinton Cites Lessons of Partisanship" LINK

2008: Democrats: Obama:

ABC News' Sunlen Miller: "Michelle Obama in Accident" LINK

Union Leader's TRENT SPINER: "Obama talks about environment, energy" LINK

ABC News' Sunlen Miller: "Obama Aide Deploys for Military Duty" LINK

Boston Globe's Scott Helman: "Private-equity lobbyist to join Obama" LINK

Chicago Tribune's John McCormick: "Michelle Obama's van involved in Iowa crash" LINK

Chicago Sun Times' Lynn Sweet: "Obama dodged Hsu headache" LINK

Associated Press' Philip Elliott: "Obama: Only an outsider can bring changes that rivals have failed to enact" LINK

2008: Democrats: Edwards:

New York Times' CHRISTINE HAUSER: "Forgoing TV, Edwards Cultivates Grass Roots" LINK

Associated Press' Brad Cain: "Edwards Courts Oregon Union Members" LINK

2008: Democrats: Biden:

Boston Globe's Scot Lehigh: "Biden's gutsy proposal for Iraq" LINK

2008: Bloomberg?

New York Times' RAYMOND HERNANDEZ: "Despite Mayor's Disclaimers, Some Work to Have Him Run" LINK

2008: Early States:

Detroit Free Press' TODD SPANGLER, DAWSON BELL and KATHLEEN GRAY: "Most of the top Dems pull out" LINK

Detroit News' Gordon Trowbridge: "Five Dems pull out of state primary" LINK

Associated Press' KATHY BARKS HOFFMAN: "4 Democrats Pull Out of Michigan Primary" LINK

Union Leader's JOHN DISTASO: "Gardner: Michigan ballot has no effect on NH's date" LINK

Los Angeles Times' Scott Martelle: "Big names withdraw from Michigan primary" LINK

Wall Street Journal's JUNE KRONHOLZ: "Breaking a Primary Logjam" LINK

Wall Street Journal's ELIZABETH HOLMES: "Too Young to Vote, But Old Enough To Caucus in Iowa" LINK

New York Times' KATHARINE Q. SEELYE: "4 Democrats Leave Michigan's Early Primary; Clinton and Dodd Stay In" LINK

Los Angeles Times' Scott Martelle: "Big names withdraw from Michigan primary" LINK

Boston Globe's Susan Milligan: "Five Democratic hopefuls pull names off Michigan ballot" LINK

President Bush:

New York Time's SHERYL GAY STOLBERG and DIANA JEAN SCHEMO: "Bush Prodding Congress to Reauthorize His Education Law" LINK

Associated Press': "Bush Pushes Congress on 'No Child' Law " LINK

Myanmar:

Wall Street Journal's Commentary by First Lady Laura Bush: "Stop the Terror in Burma" LINK

Congress:

Politico's Josephine Hearn: "Pelosi, echoing Bush, won't list mistakes" LINK

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