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Andy Berke anticipates "true leadership" if elected mayor—Nooga

Sen. Bob Corker "optimistic" on fiscal cliff talks—Nooga

Insurance exchange decision could put Gov. Bill Haslam, Republicans at odds—Nooga

Some Tennesseans want to secede after election—Nooga

Leaders of Chattanooga Whiskey to discuss local production with County Commission—Nooga

Few voter ID woes reported, critics unconvinced—Times Free Press

Supermajority for Tennessee GOP could fuel infighting—Times Free Press

Haslam's approval ratings cross party lines—Tennessean

Haslam concludes state budget hearings on Tuesday—Tennessean

Thousands of Tennesseans set to lose unemployment benefits—Nashville Business Journal

Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey among Republicans calling for new approaches to immigration issues—TN Report

Meningitis outbreak: Congress prepares questions for compounders—Tennessean

Oak Ridge National Laboratory once again has world's fastest supercomputer—News Sentinel

Grover Norquist pledge takes election hit—The Hill

Which comes first: Rates or revenue?—Politico

Liberal groups mobilize for fiscal cliff flight over Social Security, Medicare—Washington Post

White House plans public appeal on deficit—Wall Street Journal

Barack Obama to meet with 12 CEOs Wednesday—Wall Street Journal

Obama reassessing sensitive foreign issues now that election is over—LA Times

Obama considering John Kerry for job of defense secretary—Washington Post

Top U.S. commander in Afghanistan is linked to David Petraeus scandal—NY Times

Top commander in Afghanistan investigated—Wall Street Journal

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