Kaine and Corzine win gubernatorial races in Virginia and NJ; Texas approves ban gay marriage. [WP, WP, NYT, USAT]


Frist and Hastert seek investigation into the disclosure of CIA's "black sites" to the Washington Post. McClellan: "The leaking of classified information is a serious matter and ought to be taken seriously." [WP, NYT, WT]

Alito "has signaled he would be highly reluctant to overturn long-standing precedents" such as Rove v. Wade. Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine): "At this point, I see no basis for invoking 'extraordinary circumstances' and for anyone to mount a filibuster." [WP, NYT, LAT]

Schwarzenegger's initiatives are rejected; his "celebrity may not be the tonic it once was." [LAT, LAT, USAT]

Election came at a sensitive time for both parties, especially the GOP. [NYT, WSJ, LAT, USAT]

House to decide fate of ANWR; Senate approves drilling by vote of 51 to 48. [WP]

Grassley (R-Iowa) proposes $70b in tax cuts. [NYT, WSJ]

Bush has White House staffers take mandatory refresher courses on ethics and the handling of classified information. [WT]

As professor, Alito prodded his students and kept his opinions to himself. [WP]

Roberts has found his place after "dizzying" transition. [NYT]

Negroponte announces creation of a center for the analysis of unclassified information. [NYT]

Chalabi expected to meet with Cheney. [NYT]

"The Sissy Six" -- Rockefeller (W.Va), Levin (Mich.), Feinstein (Calif.), Bond and Lott (Miss.), and Roberts (Kan.)-- must muscle-up, Milbank writes. [WP]

Ads about Alito will hit the airwaves in January. [USAT]

Libby starts defense fund. [NYT]

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