Top read: "There was a dozen ideas proffered about how to trigger a war" with Iran.
Interesting. A leading suspect in the 2001 anthrax attacks is found dead.
* "A federal judge today flatly rejected one of the White House's most audacious legal claims: that presidential advisers have absolute immunity from congressional oversight."
* Were CIA prisoners interrogated in British territory?
* Inside the administration's new plan to limit birth control and abortion.
* New reports find Pakistani intelligence has been aiding militants and terrorists.
* 'DHS policies don't require suspicion of wrongdoing for agents to confiscate computers, other devices.'
* American deaths down dramatically in Iraq.
* An economic boon is promoting Brazil to greater heights.
* "It's awfully early for John McCain to be running such a desperate, ugly campaign against Barack Obama."
* Today's headline: The War Against Beer Pong
The Phoenix Mars rover is analyzing the water it found.
Heh. Ballantine is publishing the 'Garfield Minus Garfield' strips in a book.