Morning(ish) Reading Roundup 12.01.09

By Matt Dornic 


Michaele Salahi and Ann Coulter

Good morningish FishbowlDC! A Fishbowl reader sent us the above “separated at birth” combo…we must say, there is a strong resemblance. h/t Nick T.

Happy birthday to Barbara Martin and Jordan Lieberman. What we know and what we’re reading this Tuesday, the 1st day of December…



Amy Argetsinger
takes us on a fame-seeking voyage that only a real housewife could enjoy.

NBC Universal is a giant leap closer to being sold to the nation’s largest cable company in a proposed $29-billion deal that could reshape the entertainment industry.


Fate of the The Washington Times seems uncertain after executive firings and resignation of John Solomon.

Jack Farrell
: The Curious Case of the Greatest Newspaper Lead Never Written


Tomorrow, Bloomberg officially takes over BusinessWeek but today, BusinessWeek announced its newest columnist: Charlie Rose.

The latest issue of DC magazine is now available online. Check it out here.


On Thursday, December 3, National Journal Group will host a Power Breakfast on financial regulation featuring insightful commentary from two lawmakers at the center of efforts in Congress aimed at reforming the financial system and preventing a repeat of 2008’s global fiscal crisis. The event will be held at The Liaison Capitol Hill at 8.30 am. To RSVP, click here.