The Note's Must-Reads

2008: Republicans: YouTube Debate:

Wall Street Journal's AMY SCHATZ: "YouTube Debate Raises Stakes" LINK

USA Today's Mark Memmott and Catalina Camia: "GOP presidential candidates to go another round" LINK

Boston Globe's Brian C. Mooney: "As GOP Hopefuls Duel, Fact Checkers Work Overtime" LINK

The Boston Herald's Joe Dwinell and Eva Wolchover: "Youtubers Add Primary Color" LINK

Gannett News Service's CHUCK RAASCH: "GOP's turn for YouTube" LINK

2008: Republicans: Giuliani:

The Hill's Alexander Bolton: "Rudy Giuliani striking gold on Gold Coast" LINK

2008: Republicans: Romney:

Associated Press' STEVE LeBLANC: "Fact Check: Romney and the Crime Issue" LINK

Boston Globe's Michael Levenson: "New Romney Brochure Rips Rival's Stance on Marriage" LINK

Associated Press: "Hatch: Romney should say he's his own man" LINK

Salt Lake Tribune's Donald W. Meyers "Hatch tells UVSC that Clintons fear Romney because he's hard to smear" LINK

Washington Times' Joseph Curl: "Romney puts faith in Christian past" LINK

New York Post's Carl Campanile: "Mitt Hits Rudy Over Health 'Flip Flop'" LINK

2008: Republicans: McCain:

Los Angeles Times' Michael Finnegan and Stuart Silverstein: "No buildup in support for McCain" LINK

2008: Republicans: Huckabee:

New York Times' MICHAEL LUO: "In Iowa, Mormon Issue Is Benefiting Huckabee" LINK

Reuter's Steve Barnes: "Huckabee shakes up race for Republican nomination" LINK

Politico's David Mark: "Huck supporters like his softer side" LINK

2008: Democrats:

Chicago Tribunes' Gabriel Russon: "Black Voters Focus on Obama, Clinton" LINK

New York Post's Jeff Earle: "Dem Diva Battle" LINK

New York Daily News' HELEN KENNEDY: "Barbra Streisand endorses Hillary Clinton after Oprah goes for Obama" LINK

2008: Democrats: Clinton:

New York Times' PATRICK HEALY: "Bill Clinton Flatly Asserts He Opposed War at Start" LINK

ABC News' Teddy Davis, Eloise Harper, and Nancy Flores: "Bill Clinton Rewrites History on Iraq?" LINK

Chicago Sun Times' Lynn Sweet: "Clinton: "I am a great admirer of Oprah." Downplays impact of stumping for Obama" LINK

Associated Press: "Bill Clinton: Hillary can put U.S. back on track" LINK

New York Sun's NICHOLAS WAPSHOTT: "On Iraq, Clinton Tries a New Tack" LINK

Quad City Times' Ed Tibbetts: "Clinton tours area to support Hillary" LINK

Associated Press' RON FOURNIER: "Bill Clinton: Hillary is strongest in field" LINK

Rocky Mountain News' M.E. Sprengelmeyer: "Clinton leaves them hankering for the good old days" LINK

2008: Democrats: Obama:

Concord Monitor's SARAH LIEBOWITZ: "Obama's use of money questioned" LINK

Associated Press' CHARLES BABINGTON: "Foreign policy experts give blessing to Obama" LINK

Washington Post's Peter Slevin: "Her Heart's in the Race" LINK

Washington Post's Peter Beinart: "Obama's Amnesia Problem" LINK

2008: Democrats: Edwards:

New York Times' RANDAL C. ARCHIBOLD: "A Battle-Scarred Edwards, Emerging a Fighter" LINK

2008: Democrats: Biden:

Christian Broadcasting Network's Robin Mazyck: "Joe Biden Opens Up to CBN News" LINK

2008: Clinton vs. Giuliani?

New York Times' ADAM NAGOURNEY: "Senate Race That Fizzled Honed Skills for '08 Stage" LINK

Boston Globe's Susan Milligan: "N.Y. Dreams of a Subway Election" LINK

2008: Early States:

New York Times' ABBY GOODNOUGH: "In New Hampshire, Some Fret About Too Little, Too Early" LINK

Associated Press: "Few rules in Iowa, N.H. for nomination process" LINK

President Bush:

Washington Post's Peter Baker: "Military Progress Doesn't Make War More Popular" LINK

Wall Street Journal's JOHN D. MCKINNON: "Top Economic Adviser To Leave White House" LINK

Rove Investigation:

Wall Street Journal's JOHN R. WILKE: "Head of Rove Inquiry in Hot Seat Himself" LINK

Must-Read's Mistake:

Washington Post's Al Kamen: "Must Read, Indeed" LINK