Turns out the NSA domestic surveillance brought few suspects. And Specter chimes in, too. (Bonus: Post's special coverage.)
On Abraham Lincoln and civil liberties. (Courtesy thewronghands.)
* Details on the 2007 federal budget. More domestic cuts, more Medicare cuts.
* Gonzales works to defend his reputation.
* Oil money corruption is fueling the Iraqi insurgency.
* Harold Meyerson on this year's Republican wedge issues. Also, Frist checks the Republican pulse.
* Thousands riot in California jail.
* New Hampshire redefines alcohol possession.
* The oldest Baptist churches in America are struggling.
* Utah legislature divided over evolution proposal.
* Graphic story on reattaching severed fingers.
* Craigslist to start charging money.
* Feminist author Betty Friedan passed away.
* Actor Al Lewis, a.k.a. Grandpa Munster, passed away.
Does evolution threaten religious belief?
Ten things we didn't know this time last week.
[NOTES: Tonight is Super Bowl, and I'll be offline most of tomorrow, so no more news until Tuesday morning. And soon thereafter, Oscar predictions.]