Richard Cohen thinks it's time for Rumsfeld to go.
Democrats consider dropping the dominance of the New Hampshire primary. About time, I say.
* How the CIA deliberately mislead an Italian anti-terror investigation. Also, a German man files a case against the CIA over rendition.
* Judge dismisses some of the charges against DeLay, but lets the money laundering charge stand.
* Surprising political conversations in the green room. Also, Tom Tomorrow on holding a dialogue.
* How the Abramoff scandal helps McCain.
* Residents abandon high-priced housing markets.
* Three Pakistani sisters stand up against forced marriage.
* Life after the bomb in Kazakhstan.
* Stopping an epidemic on the roads of India.
* A debate over ethics follows the groundbreaking facial transplant surgery.
* Professor who canceled planned intelligent design class claims he was assaulted.
* Scientists gets firsthand look at the formation of an iceberg.
* Wikipedia tightens its submission rules, after receiving complaints about errors.
* Editorial cartoonists to stage protests on cuts.
* Jack Colvin, who played reporter Jack McGee on The Incredible Hulk, passed away.
Study finds Beethoven died of lead poisoning.
New mammal spotted in Borneo.
[Bonus: McShifty's DC news hour, on the smoking ban and civil unions.]