"The Navy's general counsel warned Pentagon officials two years before the Abu Ghraib prison scandal that circumventing international agreements on torture and detainees' treatment would invite abuse."
Jimmy Carter, on why it is a mistake to cut funding to Palestine.
The White House has 1,000 days to get administration back on track.
CAN'T TRUST THAT DAY:
* Meanwhile, in China: 'The Internet has weakened the Communist Party's ability to control information and shape public opinion.'
* Republican ethics reform stalls.
* Lawmakers argue over giving American port contracts to foreign companies.
* "Why I Published Those Cartoons"
* The Medicare drug plan may be hurting the Republicans with older voters.
* The Republican pilgrimage to the Armstrong Ranch, site of the Cheney shooting.
* A change in Irish immigration.
* Oral histories of Reagan.
* Why Hilary won't run.
* Chevron is putting money into renewable energy.
* Researchers at IBM continue to push Moore's Law.
* Courtesy Ocho: the Vietnamese man who has gone without sleep for three decades.
* Skipping critics for that big opening weekend.
* Jon Stewart prepares for the Oscars.
Today's headline: Tiger poo, the new black gold
Scientists urge churches to publicly back the teaching of evolution.
Ten things we didn't know this time last week.