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Bloomberg's Kristin Jensen: "Obama Wages 'Uphill Battle' To Wrest West Virginia From McCain" LINK

USA Today's John Fritze: "Voter 'Anger' Has Dems Set For Big Gains In Congress" LINK

The Boston Globe's Lisa Wangsness: "For Obama, A New Cause For Confidence - And For Caution" LINK

The Boston Globe's Sasha Issenberg: "Obama Out To Score Big With Prized Demographic: Sports Fans" LINK

The Boston Herald's Wire Services: "Barack Obama Cuts TV Station's Cord Over Joe Biden Grilling" LINK

The Boston Herald's Mike Underwood: "Polls: Barack Obama Keeping Lead" LINK

The Washington Post's Robert Barnes: "Obama Avoids Partisan Rhetoric, Focuses On Unity" LINK

The Washington Post's Tim Craig and Jon Cohen: "Poll Gives Obama 8-Point Va. Lead" LINK

The Los Angeles Times' Dahleen Glanton: "Obama's Point Woman With Military Families: his wife, Michelle Obama" LINK

The Los Angeles Times' Gale Holland: "Democrats' Star Is Rising, Even At Biola" LINK

Newsweek Magazine's Jonathan Altman: "Why Obama Needs a Tina Fey" LINK

Newsweek Magazine's Howard Fineman: "What Have We Created?! Obama's supporters have high expectations, and they may expect to have a voice in governing" LINK

The Washington Times' Armstrong Williams: "Barack Obama, the Teflon man" LINK

The Washington Times' Stephen Dinan: "Obama jumps on McCain remark about Bush" LINK

The Washington Times' Michael Barone: "Obama wish list reality check" LINK

The Washington Times' Lanny Davis: "How we will feel if Obama wins" LINK

The Washington Times' Andrew Breitbart: "'Obama: The Feel-Good Blockbuster of the Election Season!'" LINK

2008: PALIN:

ABC News' Imtiyaz Delawala: "Palin Says Obama Should Delay 'Coronation'" LINK

ABC News' Kate Snow: "Palin to Release Medical Information Early This Week" LINK

The Boston Herald's Eva Wolchover: "Hockey Moms: How To Dress Like Sarah Palin For Way Under $150G" LINK

The New York Daily News' Michael Saul: "Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Sarah Palin Undress Clothes Critics As GOP VP Candidate Dumps Fancy Wardrobe" LINK

The New York Daily News' Celeste Katz: "She's Back To Plain Old Sarah Palin" LINK

2008: VOTERS/VOTING/POLLS:

ABC News' David Wright: "Voters Suffer Electoral Exhaustion" LINK

New York Times' Michael Powell: "Democrats in Steel Country See Color, and Beyond It" LINK

USA Today's Maite Jullian: "Stump Cities Pay Price For A Candidate Spotlight" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Dionne Searcey and Easha Anand: "Economy Casts Shadow Over Local Ballot Measures" LINK

The Washington Post's Nikita Stewart and Hamil R. Harris: "Faulty Ballots Sent To Voters" LINK

The Washington Post's Manuel Roig-Franzia: "Stealth Candidacy: The Green Party's Cynthia McKinney Takes Puzzling Path To the Electorate" LINK

The Los Angeles Times' Marjorie Miller: "Economic Strife Drives Latino Vote" LINK

2008: ECONOMY:

The Associated Press' Jeremiah Marquez: "Asia Stock Markets Resume Slide on Recession Fears" LINK

Forbes' Liz Moyer: "Despite Turmoil, Wall Street Bonuses Survive" LINK

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