A poll on national security, ten years after Oklahoma City. Speaking of polls, Bush's numbers sink more, but not as low as Congress's.
Good read: Dana Milbank on Karl Rove's lecture on the media. No, really.
David Ignatius notes that along with the rise of globalization, there's a new rise in nationalism.
The controversy over pharmacies and birth control grows.
Quotes from Ratzinger on various issues.
A PILE OF NEWS:
* This just in: under that definition, conservative judges are activist judges too.
* Andrew Cohen doesn't expect Moussaoui's plea to stick.
* Utah makes it official and votes against No Child Left Behind.
* Sixty years after World War 2, rethinking Stalin and pondering German roles.
* What about a global health corps to help fight AIDS worldwide?
* Yes, the 2008 campaigns are already starting to take shape.
* "A philanthropist of science seeks to be its next Nobel."
* Moore's Law, still going strong after 40 years.
* Device for inhaling insulin may be ready within a year.
* Creating a language for the video game Jade Empire.
* Will Rudin be able to fill the Weinsteins' shoes?
* Hollywood welcomes a new batch of wealthy outsider investors.
* The lineup for Cannes has been released, and it's thick.
NPR's American Stages, part seven: the challenge of a rotating repertory.
Using playground equipment to bring running water to Africa.
The Comics Curmudgeon brings up Mark Trail's latest disaster.