As the administration refuses to call for a cease fire, Hezbollah gains popularity in the Arab world.
Whoops! Virginia congressman Davis is linked to consultant.
* Dick Polman explains why Bush could be grateful for the news coverage of the Israel-Lebanon war.
* News analysis: undoing Rice's diplomatic efforts.
* Dana Milbank reads between the lines (and the falling water) at the Bolton hearings.
* The UN Human Rights Committee Committee is critical of the US. (Don't get me wrong, this administration is really screwing things up, but I think there's plenty of other countries out there much worse than us.)
* House Republicans plan recess hearings on immigration.
* The economy slows down as inflation speeds up.
* Legal residents to face fingerprinting at our ports.
* Poll says Britain should divorce itself from America.
* Maryland's Steele digs the hole deeper.
* Scientists may have found the enzyme switch that causes chronic pain.
* Uncovering, literally, the oldest known copy of the works of Archimedes.
* Huh. Amazon.com buys the film rights to a fantasy book.
* Fantasy novelist David Gemmell passed away.
Aquaman: the TV Show?
So. Why are movies so long these days?