Bonus: Dana Milbank brings us the Washington Sketch.
"More significant is the rejection of the entire far-right philosophy into whose thrall the Republican Party has fallen and whose out-of-touch demands threaten to turn into a death-grip."
An NFL fan sues over being frisked on the way into games.
* 'To critics, the 450 portable classrooms being installed across Mississippi are prime examples of waste and favoritism.'
* A prewar CIA report questioned alleged ties between al Qaeda and Iraq.
* DeLay considered a plea for a misdemeanor charge.
* How Bush can turn around his downward slump, starting with their lack of communication skills.
* Montgomery County to sue the FDA over drug imports.
* The number of Americans who smoke continues to decline.
* A genetic link for loneliness?
* Tom Shales reviews the new episode of SpongeBob. No, seriously.
* Jack McCallum defends the NBA.
"In the era when dinosaurs ruled the Jurassic earth, a 13-foot oceanic crocodile with a short snout and a mouthful of deadly teeth hunted large creatures in the sea."
Two astronauts have figured out a way to keep asteroids from hitting Earth.
Country music invades New York City. But, let's define 'country.'