GAO faults politically-motivated morning-after pill decision.
And Tomlinson apparently broke federal law in pursuit of politics while he worked at public broadcasting. The plot thickens. Good read.
A media critic complains about... media critics.
BIG NEWS DAY:
* Woodward testifies on the Plame leak case, and drops a bombshell.
* Analysis: Republican senators are changing their tune on the war.
* Good read: Dick Meyer on Bush's credibility gap.
* Have we found Alito's smoking gun?
* Clearing up the lies on Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
* Minutemen, go home.
* FEMA sets deadline for evacuees living in hotels.
* Is Bush shortchanging vets?
* Bernanke wins bipartisan praise.
* Interpreting what the Bible says about abortion.
* Blast from the past: Bernie Kerik abused his position to help out a company with ties to organized crime.
Otters defeat scientists.
Here's what's wrong with the term "chick flick".
"In fact, there are some Hollywood observers who seem to believe that there is a good reason Lewis is among the last of the classic children's authors to be adapted for the movies, and that in taking on Narnia, Disney has backed itself into a corner. If the studio plays down the Christian aspect of the story, it risks criticism from the religious right, the argument goes; if it is too upfront about the religious references, on the other hand, that could be toxic at the box office."