Senate turns out to be anti-torture! Good work. Of course, the administration disagrees. In related news, Israeli court rules against using human shields.
Good read: Dick Meyer on paranoia on both sides of the aisle.
BAGnewsNotes on Fallujah and Osama.
* Conservative Republicans remain fiesty. I continue to be amused.
* Ted Rall wonders if she opposed the torture memo.
* "The former head of procurement policy for the White House budget office was indicted Wednesday on charges of obstructing investigators and lying about his ties to Jack Abramoff."
* A case of free speech, war and protest, and an arrest on campus.
* Four years later, what anthrax investigation?
* Is the recruiting shortfall being misreported?
* Learning from an ancient interstellar collision.
* Internet over power lines in Mannassas.
* Proposed stadium will change the face of Southeast (Hey, look, there's Nation at #7! Uh oh.)
* Ooh. George Clooney to do a live TV remake of Network.
'The 1918 influenza virus, the cause of one of history's most deadly epidemics, has been reconstructed and found to be a bird flu that jumped directly to humans.'
Post employees talk back to the bosses.