March 10th, 2008

News

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"Beyond 2008, working with 'best-case' and 'realistic-moderate' scenarios, they project the Iraq and Afghan wars, including long-term U.S. military occupations of those countries, will cost the U.S. budget between $1.7 trillion and $2.7 trillion - or more - by 2017."

CAN'T TRUST THAT DAY:
* Israel turns its back on the peace process and plans to expand the settlements. Again. But don't worry! Bush is sending Cheney, so everything is under control.
* Senators ask interesting questions about Iraq's oil revenue.
* By the numbers: the scorecard on Iraq.
* So, did the White House manipulate the intelligence on the lead up to the Iraq invasion? Of course. Sort of.
* Searching for moral clarity in Darfur.
* Gas prices soar as oil hits a new high. [URL corrected because the LATimes is a bunch of weiners. -7:02 PM]
* Oooh. Uncovering the house of Augustus.
* Hoping to woo the crucial Colbert crowd, McCain comes out against bears.