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  • Six days of violence end in Basra but not in Baghdad after Moqtada al-Sadr calls for the Mahdi Army to stop fighting. [New York Times]
  • For one week back in 2006, Barack Obama and John McCain tried working together and failed miserably. Obama thought McCain was selling out to the right wing, while McCain thought Obama was a fancy-words posturing peacock, and both were correct. [Washington Post]
  • Bill Clinton tells superdelegates at the California Democratic Party convention to “chill out” and let the process work. [Los Angeles Times]
  • Alphonso Jackson, Bush’s Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, is expected to resign today. He figured the mortgage crisis was moving along so well that he should turn his attention to ruining something else for a while. [Wall Street Journal]
  • Hillary Clinton has stopped paying bills from events companies and other small businesses. [Politico]
  • Richard Mellon Scaife, a veteran Hillary-hater, has a conversion moment after she sits down with his newspaper, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, for an interview. Insiders remain skeptical. [New York Times]
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