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2008: McCain and Obama:

ABC News' Jake Tapper, Charles Herman, Z. Byron Wolf and Dean Norland: "Bailout Talks Go On Amid Presidential Scuffle" LINK

ABC News' Julia Hoppock: "McCain, Obama 'Confident' That Bail Out Deal Will Be Made" LINK

The New York Times' David M. Herszenhorn, Carl Hulse and Sheryl Gay Stolberg: "Talks Implode During Day of Chaos; Fate of Bailout Plan Remains Unresolved" LINK

The New York Times' Jim Rutenberg and Julie Bosman: "Dubious Claims in Obama's Ads Against McCain, Despite Vow of Truth" LINK

The New York Times' Jackie Calmes: "Taking On the Mortgage Giants" LINK

The New York Times' Laurie Goostein: "Ministers to Defy I.R.S. by Endorsing Candidates" LINK

The Washington Post's Chris Cillizza: "Mississippi Debate Update" LINK

The Washington Post's Robert G. Kaiser: "Grueling Prep Work Precedes Critical Clash" LINK

The Washington Post's Kevin Merida: "Mississippi, Still Bearing Its Southern Cross" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Amy Chozick and Elizabeth Holmes: "Fate of First Debate Unclear" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Amy Merrick: "Ohio's Battle Over Early Voting" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Carl Bialik: "Oy, a Potential Electoral Mess - The Chance of Another Deadlock Is Greater Than You Think" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's June Kronholz: "Ballots Attract Scrutiny - Spurred by Past Problems" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Nick Timiraos: "Crisis Likely to Alter Planned Foreign-Policy Debate - Sovereign Funds And Trade Join Iraq on the Agenda" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Sarah McBride: "Campaigns Pressure Stations Over '527' Ads" LINK

The Boston Globe's Foon Rhee: "Depends on your definition of suspend" LINK

The Boston Globe's Foon Rhee: "McCain, Obama neck-and-neck in N.H." LINK

The Los Angeles Times' Mark Z. Barabak: "Debate uncertainty keeps the political stakes high - The major TV networks and the commission sponsoring tonight's debate between Obama and McCain indicate they will proceed on the assumption McCain will show up in the end." LINK

The Los Angeles Times' Noam N. Levey and Bob Drogin: "Obama and McCain fail to spur financial bailout deal" LINK

The Los Angeles Times' Paul Richter: "Obama, McCain aren't worlds apart on foreign policy - In fact, as the pressure increases to win over undecided voters, each has edged closer to the center." LINK

USA Today's Kathy Kiely and David Jackson: "Uncertainty still surrounds first presidential debate" LINK

USA Today's Susan Page and Richard Wolf: "Talks give candidates jump on rescue plan" LINK

USA Today's Chris Joyner: "History on GOP side in Miss. presidential vote" LINK

Bloomberg's Heidi Przybyla: "Undecided Voters Are Gloomier, Lean Toward Obama to Fix Economy" LINK

The Boston Herald's Dave Wedge: "At first debate, talk won't be cheap" LINK

The Boston Herald's Joe Dwinell: "Poll expert: Final tally won't be close" LINK

The Boston Herald's Joe Dwinell: "Neither candidate able to crack Granite State" LINK

The Hills' J. Taylor Rushing and Mike Soraghan: "Democrats: GOP Opposition Threatens Deal " LINK

The Hills' Sam Youngman and Emily Goodin: "White House Summit" LINK

The New York Daily News' Michael Daly: "House GOP Backs Off Immigration, Avoids Openly Questioning McCain" LINK

The New York Daily News' Helen Kennedy: "Talks Collapse Over Bailout Deal" LINK

The New York Daily News' David Saltonstall: "Rudy Giuliani's 'Crass Opportunism' Reflects On Mac: Dems" LINK

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