"[Gonzales' testimony] reflects either a Harvard-trained lawyer — and former state Supreme Court judge — with absolutely no command of the facts or the law, or it reveals a proponent of the unitary executive theory with absolutely nothing to prove."
Yes, as noted elsewhere, they're actually building a wall across Bagdhad.
* Sex, drugs, and nuclear security.
* 50%? The controversy over outsourcing intelligence.
* Justice Dept. probes key reading initiative of No Child Left Behind, investigating conflicts of interest.
* Detailing the Army coverup in the Tillman death.
* "After half a year of sitting on this probe, the Department of Justice pursues it on the very day that Attorney General Gonzales is called before Congress for firing the very prosecutor who opened the Renzi investigation in the first place."
* Building a better lockdown.
* "The shooting death this week of this city's popular mayor has left people puzzling over the shooter's motive and has set off a national outcry about a less savory aspect of Japanese society: its teeming criminal underworld."
* In pictures: inside North Korea.
Catholic Church may decide that unbaptized babies can go to heaven instead of Limbo.
New world order: volume *16* of a manga breaks into topselling books list.
Ten things we didn't know this time last week. (Special British sex edition.)