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7:46 AM, Aug 31, 2010 • By MARY KATHARINE HAM
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Newsweek turns on the president.

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Forbes' 10 best cities to find a job. The bustling growth industry that is the federal government, of course, pushes D.C. to No. 1.

President Obama's top education official urged government employees to attend a rally that the Rev. Al Sharpton organized to counter a larger conservative event on the Mall. "ED staff are invited to join Secretary Arne Duncan, the Reverend Al Sharpton, and other leaders on Saturday, Aug. 28, for the 'Reclaim the Dream' rally and march," began an internal e-mail sent to more than 4,000 employees of the Department of Education on Wednesday.

Stephen Hadley on Iraq: Why we fought and what we achieved.

Obama pretty much thinks Beck rally was full of bitter clingers.

Oh no: The O.C. comes to D.C.

Beck launches conservative news site.

Gallup uses the President's favorite word, "unprecedented," to describe the GOP lead on the generic ballot.

In case you missed it, Obama gave a speech yesterday to announce that he'd announce some economic plans...and blame Bush and Republicans.

Alaska still tallying Miller/Murkowski race. Libertarians passed on putting Murkowski on the ballot yesterday.

Albert Hunt: Yup, the Senate's in play.

PPP: Louisianans give Bush higher marks than Obama on disaster response...on anniversary of Katrina.

Eli Like: Israel braces for politically difficult month.

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