So, why isn't Rudolph being tried as a terrorist? Good read: Andrew Cohen feels the Feds chickened out on this one. (Cohen is probably my favorite legal analyst these days.)
FCC rules public broadcasters must reveal sources of video clips.
Wal-Mart closes store after the employees vote to unionize.
* Nicholas Kristof on trusting the media and freedom of the press.
* DeLay asks House panel for judicial review.
* Iraqi women explore their newfound political power.
* In contempt of courts.
* David Brooks mounts a interesting defense of Bolton's point of view. And let's not forget Bolton's past, trying to stop the Florida recount.
* Trent Lott stages his comeback.
* Brazilian Catholic priests use song and dance to pack the pews.
* Mold-eating beetles named for Bush, Cheney, and Rumsfeld.
* The world of tomorrow: using advanced science to search for concealed weapons.
* Telecom blimps! (Courtesy edamame.)
* The art of the fake cellphone call.
* A cartoonist uses her art to fight her disease.
* How Sin City was made far outside the Hollywood mainstream.
Controversy over mock Patriot Act stamps (Courtesy Iceman.)