David Sessions

David Sessions is a former Slate intern. He is currently a blogger at Politics Daily.

Today's Papers
Nov. 23 2008 4:23 AMThe papers on Barack Obama's bridge-building, energy-producing plan to create jobs.
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Nov. 11 2008 4:38 PMHow He Did ItNewsweek and The New Yorker on Obama's win.
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Oct. 17 2008 6:11 PMPrivatize ThisThe Economist on why capitalism still works.
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Sept. 28 2008 4:40 AMThe papers on Congress' progress toward a bailout agreement.
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Sept. 19 2008 4:56 PMA Black WeekThe Economist on Wall Street's ongoing nightmare.
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Aug. 31 2008 3:12 AMThe papers on the second great exodus from New Orleans.
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July 27 2008 4:32 AMThe papers on the housing bill, mid-East war and peace, and Obama's world tour.
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June 15 2008 7:04 AMThe papers on a smuggling ring that may have divulged nuclear designs to rogue states.
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May 1 2008 4:55 PMHow Much Do Racehorses Pee?Horses really do possess great powers of urination.
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March 29 2008 6:10 AMA Treasury Department plan to grant new market-stabilizing powers to the Federal Reserve.
Today's Blogs
Jan. 24 2008 6:07 PMBloggers on the stimulus package
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Jan. 17 2008 6:24 PMBloggers on the South Carolina GOP primary.
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Jan. 1 2008 6:51 AMThe Year Storms Out
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Dec. 22 2007 6:36 AMThe Sept. 11 commission says the C.I.A. intentionally blocked their investigation.
Today's Blogs
Dec. 18 2007 6:44 PMBill Clinton's latest campaign gaffe.
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Nov. 14 2008 5:52 PMChange.govThe Economist and Time on Obama's transition.
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Oct. 26 2008 6:16 AMThe papers on the presidential candidates' endgames.
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Oct. 14 2008 4:18 PMBeautiful MindsMalcolm Gladwell on the two types of geniuses.
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Sept. 21 2008 5:12 AMThe papers on the Bush administration's pricey plan to save the economy.
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Sept. 16 2008 3:14 PMFishing With DickThe Weekly Standard challenges Cheney to a fly-fishing contest.
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Aug. 3 2008 5:03 AMThe New York Times reports on American hospitals' private deportations.
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June 29 2008 8:04 AMShowdown in PeshawarA summary of what's in the major U.S. newspapers.
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May 25 2008 6:48 AMThe papers on dangerous buildings that compounded the death tolls of recent natural disasters.
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April 20 2008 5:33 AMThe New York Times exposes a multi-armed Pentagon message machine.
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Feb. 6 2008 5:49 PMBloggers on the inconclusive Super Tuesday results.
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Jan. 20 2008 6:10 AMJohn McCain and Hillary Clinton share the primary-victory spotlight.
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Jan. 4 2008 4:29 PMElection MalfunctionThe New York Times Magazine on the possible computerized-voting snafus in 2008.
Today's Blogs
Dec. 27 2007 6:20 PMBloggers remember Bhutto.
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Dec. 21 2007 3:50 PMScandal in the South PacificVanity Fair on the rape allegations that disrupted life for Pitcairn Island.
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Dec. 18 2007 4:01 PMGod and PoliticsThe Weekly Standard on the "religious showdown" between Mitt Romney and evangelicals.

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