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Karl Rove is named as a top conspirator in the firing of nine U.S. attorneys last year for political reasons — involvement which he has previously denied. (NYT) The Wall

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Karl Rove is named as a top conspirator in the firing of nine U.S. attorneys last year for political reasons — involvement which he has previously denied. (NYT)

The Wall Street Journal labels the president a micromanager. (WSJ)

During a Pennsylvania town hall meeting, Senator Arlen Specter gets slammed for his views on health care. (NYT)

The Federal Aviation Administration is being criticized for recent stimulus spending projects, including building remote air fields in Alaska. (WSJ)

Obama pay czar Kenneth Feinberg‘s executive pay guidelines for bailed-out banks may set a standard for Wall Streeters, too. (Bloomberg)