Massive media companies shift strategies.
THE SCHIAVO CASE:
* Polls show most people back Schiavo's husband.
* A Post editorial calls Congress's actions "damaging and unprincipled."
* NYTimes editorials call it "a blow to the rule of law" and a political feeding frenzy.
* BBC analysis looks at how the case is setting the branches of government against each other.
* Justice Department censored FBI's Guantanamo memo.
* Debating "private" vs. "personal" in the social security controversy is more than just semantics.
* Israel expands settlement.
* David Brooks: "The lobbyist Jack Abramoff didn't reach the highest order of sleaze on his own. It took a village."
* Howard Kurtz inside USA Today.
* Why Friendster (and communities like it) don't work.
* Wait, the Osbournes was still on the air?
* Tom Cruise takes his Scientology on the road.
On this day in 1972, Congress sent the proposed Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution to the states for ratification. It fell short of the three-fourths approval needed.
Advertising anger movie-goers.
Tom Waits picks his top twenty albums of all time (courtesy Regent.)