Poll finds the administration is losing the war for public opinion in its war on terrorism.
The Supreme Court rules unanimously that racketeering laws cannot be used to ban demonstrations outside abortion clinics.
Governors unhappy with Bush's proposed National Guard cuts.
* Violence spreads in Iraq as casualties mount.
* The government settles with one of the post-9/11 detainees.
* New poll from New Orleans finds blacks more likely to be optimistic about the future, despite having lost the most.
* The Darfur crisis spreads into Chad.
* The EU releases funds for Palestine.
* Court blocks the administration's plan to rewrite labor rules.
* A year after the spy program reorganization, problems persist.
* Free market barriers are making a comeback worldwide.
* The site of the Afghani prison riot has a grim history.
* Ted Rall on how a bill becomes a law and Dick Cheney's declassification powers.
* Republican governors worried about Bush's missteps, as Bush's poll numbers hit a new low.
* A liberal writer defends Bush's legacy creatively.
* BAGnewsNotes on the Condi doctrine.
* Scalia talks about gun control.
* Maryland's lt. governor Steele pushed for funding faith-based groups.
* Debating the value of AP classes.
* Anti-evolution bill fails in Utah.
* Ancient temple unearthed in Egypt, with statues of my favorite, Ramses the Great.
* Uncovering the last days of the Kennewick Man.
* Finally, the author of The DaVinci Code gets taken to court.
Ten things we didn't know this time last week.