A call within the GOP for Bush to, you know, start governing.
Two human rights groups report the administration has twisted the material witness law "beyond recognition."
Frank Rich: "Then, on Thursday, a Rove dream came true: Patricia Harrison, a former co-chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, ascended to the CPB presidency."
* "The Bush administration is planning new measures that would target the U.S. assets of anyone conducting business with a handful of Iranian, North Korean and Syrian companies believed by Washington to be involved in weapons programs."
* Three steps for our country to regain international respect and leadership..
* Rumsfeld gets realistic about the Iraqi insurgency.
* Bob Herbert on the army's hard sell.
* Questioning Frist's handling of tough issues.
* Time for some conservative judicial activism.
* The new public role for Rove.
* Tomorrow's newspaper.
* Fear of ghosts hampers tsunami recovery.
* A bevy of new threats to the Endangered Species Act.
* Evidence of dolphin culture?
* Book review: Marriage: A History.
* Why Peter Jackson is suing New Line Cinema.
* The box office slide continues.
Modern juries, CSI, and reasonable doubt.
BBC investigative reporting!: why do women's tennis stars grunt?
And now, ten things we didn't know this time last week.