"President Bush dismissed reports that he is planning to attack Iran as 'wild speculation' yesterday. But that's a far cry from saying it flatly ain't so. And Bush - who, it is now abundantly clear, secretly decided to go to war in Iraq long before he admitted as much in public - lacks credibility on such issues."
"Oh, and by the way, if the president wanted the truth out, and he was declassifying the thing anyway, why not make a speech about it, rather than having it secretly slipped to Judith Miller (who didn't write a story anyway)?"
* "Key figures in a phone-jamming scheme designed to keep New Hampshire Democrats from voting in 2002 had regular contact with the White House and Republican Party as the plan was unfolding, phone records introduced in criminal court show."
* Well, duh: did the White House knowingly push a bogus WMD claim?
* "Young liberals in 2004 belonged to one-third fewer organizations in their communities than young conservatives."
* Andrew Sullivan digs into the poll numbers, and finds out where Bush faltered.
* Poll shows anti-Bush sentiment could hurt Republicans at the ballot box.
* Three words: FEMA yurt.
* Cuba quietly plans for a life after Castro.
* More opposition to inserting product placements into shows digitally.
* Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard, engaged and epecting.
Survey finds most internet users don't go past page three of search results.
Interview with Robin Laws concerning his upcoming City Of Heroes novel, The Freedom Phalanx.