Friday roundup: The "Eliot Spitzer makes a comeback" edition
Once again, it's time for "Friday roundup," our picks of some of the most interesting reads from around the Web:
Eliot Spitzer, Slate's newest columnist, makes his debut and worries that all of the government bailouts "may merely perpetuate a fundamentally flawed status quo."
In a front page editorial, the Detroit Free Press calls on Congress to bail out automakers.
Peter Wallsten, of our Washington bureau, writes about the battle brewing over Obama’s network of 13 million e-mail addresses.
Politico's Ben Smith names the five best jobs Obama has yet to fill.
Salon's Alex Koppelman gives his take on why the rumors about Obama's birth certificate will never die.
-- Kate Linthicum