So, which way is the media biased anyways? And, why?
Andrew Cohen on the corporate crime colossus.
These headlines write themselves: Nation split on Bush as uniter or divider. (Courtesy Karate Nun.)
Yet more poll data (CBS/NYT this time) shows a public with doubts. (CBS also has nice graphics in addition to their wrapup.)
* Robert Scheer on Bush's absolution.
* David Broder on what lies ahead for Bush.
* Protesters plan to use text messaging to aid their cause.
* Thomas Friedman watches the inaugural from Europe.
* Lloyd Garver on inaugural extravagance.
* Maureen Dowd thinks Rice needs to learn some math.
* Administration creates logistical quagmire over the freeing of a Guantanamo prisoner.
* Cheney is pushing for domestic policy issues this time.
* Ooh, new change in French law means babies can take the mother's name.
* It's official. The Huygens probe landed in the mud.
* Conservatives take on Spongebob Squarepants video.
* Tom Shales on CBS News and Katiegate.
Stan Lee wins a big suit against Marvel comics.
Transcript of Joel Achenbach's LiveOnline chat concerning his new column.
BBC guide: what is the Hajj?