George F. Will, on the dangers of ignoring history in Iraq.
Bush breaks another campaign promise and doesn't push to extend the ban on assault weapons.
Maureen Dowd on the Olympics, the administration, and the American identity.
LAST MINUTE NEWS:
* Lawmakers want FBI inquiry into the questioning of antiwar demonstrators. THe Post comes out as pro-protest.
* Douglas Feith defends the troop reshuffle.
* More tension between the Army and Halliburton.
* Bush's "No Child Left Behind" policy faces consequences with the states (plus graphic.) Also, the Secretary of Education defended charter schools.
* Bush & Kerry on autism (Courtesy Ivy.)
* Records contradict the story of one of Kerry's critics.
* Five reporters held in contempt of court over not revealing their sources in the Wen Ho Lee case.
* Hedwig star wants actual sex on film.
WashingtonPost.com releases its 2004 Best Bets winners.
* By 2050, India will be the most populous country on Earth, and other populations will shift radically.
* Austria gets cracking on teleportation.
* Neptune has five moons we didn't know about. Saturn only gets two new ones.
* Did I mention the Mars rovers are still trucking around?
* A gallery of Englishwomen who helped map the world.