Today's must read:
"We're not in the middle of a war on terror, they note. We're not facing an axis of evil. Instead, we are in the midst of an ideological conflict."
* New evidence shows the US government had suspects deported from Sweden to Egypt, where they were tortured.
* Look, Iraq doesn't need *all* that drinking water, really.
* Powell said what about the Sudan?!
* Warner says he was 'deceived' by Moon's group in seeking a room for their coronation ceremony.
* Nicholas Kristof takes on conservation.
* Adding the German perspective of WW2 to the history books.
* One year later, NASA is still unsure of its goals.
* Also, NASA reconsiders solar probe.
* Whoah: satellites prove existence of 'freak waves' over 80 feet tall.
* Why I now respect Jeopardy!'s Ken Jennings: he has a dog named *Banjo*.
* Video game industry adjusts to acommodate girls as players.
* Japan markets stab-resistant clothing.
* Yay, penmanship!
Ten things we didn't know this time last week.
Only a half-assed job today, please fill in the blanks for things I missed. Like, for instance, today's commentary by Iceman.