-Julie Mason, Houston Chronicle
Several hundreds of women and girls in Iraq have gone missing.
Trials and tribulations in trying to rebuild an Iraqi pipeline.
Today's fun chart: linking gas prices and presidential approval ratings. (Courtesy pollkatz.)
TUESDAY EST NEWSDAY:
* Despite those pesky liberals and their war on the troops, morale remains high on the ground.
* So, what did dismissed CIA officer McCarthy leak? Mr. Kurtz covers the controversy.
* Supplemental spending bills attract more pork.
* Bush's approval ratings hit yet another new low.
* Will the administration curb oil tax breaks? Dan Froomkin looks for some substance.
* Man, who'd block a memorial to Flight 93?
* Class and wealth define the rebuilding of New Orleans.
* Human Rights Watch offers new objections to lethal injection.
* Dana Milbank on what Negroponte won't say.
* Democrats target McCain.
* So, suffice it to say Maryland's power deregulation didn't work out like they planned.
* When does a church go too far, politically?
* Standing room only? The airlines are looking for new ways to cram more passengers into economy class.
* Texas college bans MySpace.
* Fametracker.com presents their fame audit of Jeff Daniels.
Press secretary-dom: McClellan's greatest hits, and some choice quotes from Tony Snow.
Graffiti artists use acid on subway cars.
Helloo dissonant_etak: "But today there's a grassroots revival of the raucous sport, and it's being led by women like those who are part of Baltimore's Charm City Roller Girls... one of dozens of all-female roller derby leagues popping up around the country."