"Not a single state will have a highly qualified teacher in every core class this school year as promised by President Bush's education law."
Unfairly imprisoned by the administration? Sorry, we can't talk about that. Case dismissed.
I heard it on NPR: the lawsuits over New Hampshire's Phonegate continue.
Life from inside Warren Jeffs's polygamous cult. Also, turning a blind eye to the abuse, the present but missing parents, a profile of Jeffs, and detailing the failed raid on the sect in 1953.
THE GREAT SATURDAY NEWS ROBBERY:
* How the NSA program is further blurring lines on privacy. Verizon sued for selling phone records to the NSA, while the administration steps in to try and stop a lawsuit against AT&T.
* The military remains divided on how to fight the Iraqi insurgency.
* Federal agents search the home of a former CIA official in widening corruption probe.
* The Pentagon disagrees with the GAO on veterans' mental health care.
* "I am here to report two conversations with two very different Americans on the subject of President Bush."
* The challenge of creating a gay-inclusive school curriculum.
* Charlie Kaufman as one of the best writers in a generation.
'A shortage of jail beds puts career criminals back on the streets, where they often commit new offenses.'
"Brazil's Stonehenge" discovered.
Ten things we didn't know this time last week.