Elsewhere on the public radio dial, New York Times executive editor Bill Keller was a guest on WNYC/PRI’s The Takeaway on Tuesday morning, and he spoke about the trickiness of deciding how much emphasis to put on any one cable: it’s all “raw material” to carefully pick through (transcript here). - Lauren Kirchner

Politico

The cable-leak stories that had sprinkled Politico’s home page on Monday are largely absent on Tuesday; top stories in the afternoon are on tax cut negotiations and other Hill-side maneuvering. Laura Rozen’s blog has a follow-up on Clinton’s response to the leaks, and Keach Hagey has an inside-the-media overview calling WikiLeaks a “game changer,” but the story has otherwise been swept off of the homepage, at least for the day. - Lauren Kirchner

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