Dueling speeches in Selma? The New York Daily News writes that Sen. Hillary Clinton will also speak in Selma, AL over the weekend to commemorate the infamous 1965 march across the bridge there -- joining Sen. Barack Obama, whose campaign had earlier announced that he would be there. "The two high-profile speeches - both at 11 a.m. and at virtually adjacent churches in Selma, Ala. - sent officials scrambling to figure out how to accommodate both senators without offending either."
The Washington Post front-pages failures by Clinton to list a family charity "on annual Senate financial disclosure reports on five occasions… Clinton's spokesman said her failure to report the existence of the family foundation and the senator's position as an officer was an oversight. Her office immediately amended her Senate ethics reports to add that information late yesterday after receiving inquiries from" the Post.
The Boston Globe's Canellos gives Obama plenty of personal, professional and health reasons to quit smoking. "Obama "recently drew headlines when he described the more than 3,000 Americans killed in Iraq since 2003 as wasted lives. (He subsequently apologized.) But he should know that about 600,000 Americans have died of lung cancer during the four years of the Iraq war -- almost all of them because of smoking."
Clinton gives a luncheon address on Capitol Hill to members of the Apollo Alliance, a group that's trying to end the US dependency on foreign oil and invest in clean energy initiatives. Gov. Bill Richardson addresses the Latino Leaders Luncheon Series in DC, then heads to Florida to address the World Pension Forum.
The Los Angeles Times uses campaign finance data to paint a picture of how California truly has become an ATM for candidates on both sides, and not just at the presidential level.