The meeting between Bush and Congress on Iraq didn't go anywhere. Dan Froomkin has some interesting insight here.
"FBI agents have searched the home of Republican Rep. John Doolittle, who is under scrutiny over his ties to convicted GOP lobbyist Jack Abramoff."
* Secretary Gates visits Bagdhad amid a new wave of violence.
* NPR lists other key officials in the US attorney scandal. Here's a copy of Leahy's opening statement from the Gonzales hearings.
* NBC defends airing the Virginia Tech killer's video. BAGnewsNotes disagrees. Howard Kurtz discusses the decision.
* Wolfowitz faces new opposition.
* New church to be built on the site of the Branch Davidian compound.
* The student from the Columbine incident who ended up at Virginia Tech. (Courtesy judithiscariot.)
* Arguing for a missile shield.
* Heh. Turns out an HBO employee was the one who made the 'Sopranos in seven minutes' video.
This I Believe: Craigslist's Craig Newmark on the golden rule.
Grazer is set to remake Colossus: The Forbin Project. I can only hope he keeps around the titanic 1970's computers.