(Dan Froomkin goes over that topic and more.)
News analysis: Bush is quietly seeking to rewrite the nuclear technology treaty - off the table.
David Brooks on a requiem for reform, with blame on both sides of the fence.
* A look at the remains of the Iraq coalition.
* Interesting. Chavez, the Venezuelan anti-Bush. So, of course, Bush decides to do something about it.
* A GOP rebellion in Congress threatens Bush's budget.
* Hilary questions Greenspan, and gets him to admit he was wrong.
* Paul Krugman on Bush's dishonest numbers game.
* Scalia blasts the Supreme Court's death penalty ruling.
* MS-13 crackdown nets 35 gangers in this area alone.
* PG County to target crime hotspots.
* Four-month delay in the Abu Ali trial.
* Kansas clinics to fight state attorney's witch hunt.
Were the Olmecs the mother-culture of Mesoamerica? (Plus bonus graphic.)
The shortage and the stereotypes of male teachers.
Ways we cope with life's little annoyances.
Good read: "Military scientists have long studied wartime communication, but the war in Iraq is opening a new dimension. Virtually every soldier, sailor and marine there has access to e-mail and cellphones, a broad and largely uncensored real-time communication network unprecedented in military history."