CHICAGO--A big storyline in Wednesday print papers (the articles started on-line Tuesday) is the third quarter primary fund-raising beat White House hopeful Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.) scored over chief rival Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.).
The New York Daily News played this headline "Hil gets Bam bop for flip-flop" over their coverage of Obama's Tuesday foreign policy speech at DePaul U. in Chicago
New York Times Clinton scribe Patrick Healy front page center story is headlined "Clinton Steals Obama's Fund-Raising Thunder."
The New York tabs also work the Clinton over Obama angle. Michael McAuliff at the New York Daily News has the story.
Newsday reporter Martin Evans writes his version
Team Tribune John McCormick and Mike Dorning funder piece
Sun-Times political writer Abdon Pallasch take
The Hill's Sam Youngman writes Edwards Says Obama Using Stolen Ideas
Dan Balz political writer concludes in his blog column that “Clinton Blocks Obama At Nearly Every Turn"