PMMJ (cheetahmaster) wrote,

Tony Blair has announced he will stand down as prime minister on 27 June. The BBC looks at his legacy overseas.

Dan Froomkin on Bush getting some straight talk from Republican moderates.

David S. Broder tears up the rush for states to hold increasingly early primaries.

* "As the United States attorney scandal grows, so does the number of prosecutors who seem to have been pushed out for partisan political reasons." Andrew Cohen discusses Gonzales' confidence. "But a very basic question remains unanswered: Who created the list of US attorneys to be fired and why were they chosen?"
* The three brothers from Cherry Hill, NJ, don't fit the profile for domestic terrorists.
* How George Tenet is earning money off the Iraq war.
* Examining the looming traffic crisis, and how it will affect DC.
* In his first press conference, Pope Benedict threatens legislators who support abortion.

Franchise rights sold for new Terminator movies.

Bob Barker to step down from The Price is Right.

Oh, wow . On the scene at the 'sewage treatment workers Olympics.'
Tags: 2007, movies, news, tv

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