I don't see it on Drudge yet, but it's at BBC News. (Apparently they're awake across the pond):
Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich has been ousted from office after being convicted of abusing his powers.
Senators voted 59-0 against him after an impeachment trial, despite his claim that he had "done nothing wrong" and that there was no evidence of a crime.
He was charged with trying to sell the seat vacated by Barack Obama when he was elected president.
In a second vote, Mr Blagojevich was banned from holding public office in Illinois for life.
He had been arrested in December and faces a criminal trial over bribes allegedly taken during his two terms.
Mr Blagojevich is now replaced as governor by Patrick Quinn, a fellow Democrat and the state's lieutenant governor.
No other Illinois governor has been impeached, let alone convicted in a Senate trial.
Next question: Will Rahm Emmanuel ever pay a price? And how about the then President-Elect, currently occupying 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, who, according to the secret recordings, favored an option that wouldn't have Obama's "fingerprints" on it?
During the first call cited in the Blagojevich complaint that included Yang, on Nov. 7, the governor told Harris and Yang, "I want to make money." He said he'd take a cabinet post or the Change to Win job in return for Jarrett's appointment.
Yang also participated in a Nov. 12 call where the formation of nonprofit organization was discussed, with the hope that Blagojevich could hold a high-paying position. Yang suggested the union job would lead to less questions and scrutiny for Obama, the complaint states.
"Advisor B stated that he likes the ... idea, but liked the Change to Win option better because, according to Advisor B, from the President-elect's perspective, there would be fewer 'fingerprints' on the President-elect's involvement with Change to Win," the complaint says.