The Note's Must-Reads

New Hampshire Primary:

Washington Post's Michael D. Shear and Juliet Eilperin: "Clinton and McCain Rebound to Take N.H." LINK

New York Times' PATRICK HEALY and MICHAEL COOPER; "Clinton Is Victor, Turning Back Obama; McCain Also Triumphs" LINK

ABC News' JENNIFER PARKER: "Clinton Wins in N.H.: I 'Found My Voice'" LINK

ABC News' RUSSELL GOLDMAN: "Sen. John McCain Wins in N.H." LINK

Wall Street Journal's JACKIE CALMES: "McCain, Clinton Bounce Back" LINK

Union Leader's JOHN DISTASO: "Watchword went from 'change' to 'comeback'" LINK

2008: Republicans: McCain:

New York Times' Michael Luo: "McCain's Victory Scrambles Field" LINK

Washington Post's Jonathan Weisman and Paul Kane: "A Dramatic Second Act for the Senator From Arizona" LINK

Politico's Jonathan Martin and John F. Harris: "N.H. opens path to nomination for McCain" LINK

Wall Street Journal's MONICA LANGLEY: "McCain Victory Built on War Experience" LINK

Time's Ana Marie Cox: "McCain's Momentum: The Sequel" LINK

2008: Republicans: Romney:

ABC News' John Berman, Ursula Fahy, and Matt Stuart report: "Here We Lose Again" LINK

Boston Globe's Michael Levenson: "Romney stung twice, but pressing on" LINK

Time's ANA MARIE COX AND JAY CARNEY: "For Romney, Silver Getting Dull" LINK

Boston Herald's Jessica Van Sack: "Mitt concedes defeat, vows to continue on" LINK

2008: Republicans: Huckabee:

Associated Press: "Huckabee says he's OK with third" LINK

2008: Republicans: Giuliani:

ABC News' Jan Simmonds: "Giuliani Concedes New Hampshire, Not The Nomination" LINK

Journal News' Glenn Blain: "Giuliani leaves N.H. early in defeat, heads for Fla." LINK


2008: Republicans: Thompson:

Associated Press: "Thompson vows to 'make my stand' for a strong showing in S.C." LINK

The State's Roddie A. Burris: "Thompson cruises through S.C." LINK

2008: Republicans: Paul:

ABC News' Z. Byron Wolf: "Paul to Continue With "Grand Revolution" LINK

2008: Republicans:

New York Sun's Seth Gitell: "Republican Contest Is Reshaped by New Hampshire Vote" LINK

The Hill's Jeremy Jacobs: "With N.H. in the books, GOP field is muddled" LINK

2008: Democrats: Clinton:

New York Times' MICHAEL POWELL: "Retooled Campaign and Loyal Voters Add Up" LINK

Washington Post's Anne E. Kornblut and Shailagh Murray: "N.Y. Senator Defies Polls, Edges Obama" LINK

Los Angeles Times' Peter Wallsten: "Why Feb. 5 looks super to Clinton" LINK

New York Times' MAUREEN DOWD: "Can Hillary Cry Her Way Back to the White House?" LINK

Associated Press: "New faces to join Clinton team" LINK

Time's Karen Tumulty: "How Hillary Turned it Around" LINK

2008: Democrats: Obama:

New York Times' Jeff Zeleny: "From a Big Boost for Obama to a Sharp Blow" LINK

Washington Post's Perry Bacon Jr.: "Obama Tries to Prove Electability to Blacks in S.C." LINK

Wall Street Journal's KRIS MAHER: "Key Union May Back Obama Run" LINK

Los Angeles Times' Maria L. La Ganga: "Obama has new rallying cry: Yes, we can!" LINK

Associated Press: "Obama family in Kenya watches U.S. vote" LINK

Bloomberg's Viola Gienger and Julianna Goldman: "Obama Appeals to Kenyan Opposition Leader to Resolve Conflict" LINK

Washington Times' Ralph Z. Hallow: "Republicans prepare to take aim at Obama" LINK

Time's Michael Duffy: "Obama Moves On, Without a Bounce" LINK

The Daily Telegraph's MIKE PFLANZ: "Obama Is My Cousin, Odinga Says" LINK

2008: Democrats: Edwards:

ABC News' David Muir and Raelyn Johnson: "Edwards: 'Two Races Down...48 States To Go'" LINK

New York Times' Julie Bosman: "He's Staying in Campaign, Edwards Tells Supporters" LINK

Los Angeles Times' Seema Mehta and Scott Martelle: "Edwards' chances continue to diminish" LINK

2008: Democrats: Richardson:

ABC News' Sarah Amos: "Richardson Looks West" LINK

2008: Democrats:

The Hill's Sam Youngman: "Analysis: After Clinton win, unpredictability replaces inevitability' LINK

Early States:

Wall Street Journal's June Kronholz: "For the Losers, the Campaign Isn't Over Just Yet" LINK

Presidential Candidates:

Boston Globe's Sasha Issenberg: "Candidates spread thin in the push to Feb. 5" LINK