Morning Examiner: Just another Rangel scandal

Counting resumes today in NY-25, where the Republican is building up a lead with absentee ballots.

How Tea Partiers made the difference in perhaps the strangest House race of 2010.

Dick Armey is back.

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The Sun Times suddenly finds out that Rep. Luis Gutierrez, D, was having his palm greased by Tony Rezko — and just in time for Rahm Emanuel’s mayoral bid. The coincidences never end in Chicago.

Couldn’t have happened to a bunch of nicer guys.

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