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March 16, 2006
Lawyers for I. Lewis “Scooter” Libby subpoenaed The New York Times, former Times reporter Judith Miller and NBC correspondent Tim Russert for documents related to the disclosure of an undercover CIA agent’s identity.
The Editors write that the case of an architect who lost lucrative contracts because of his interest in the Palestinian cause underscores how Americans are becoming inured to enforced patriotism and ideological litmus tests.
Source: The Nation Editors' Picks
In August the anti-Joe Lieberman forces in the Democratic Party may get their chance for vengeance, as Ned Lamont, a Greenwich, Conn. cable television entrepreneur, tries to knock Lieberman off in the Senate primary.
Rep. Katherine Harris will fight rather than quit her U.S. Senate campaign, saying she’ll spend $10 million she inherited from her father to revive her bid, which has been set back by her ties to a bribery scandal.
March 15, 2006
A vote on Dr. Andrew C. von Eschenbach will almost certainly be delayed by a dispute over the "morning after" contraceptive pill.
Republican leaders insist a proposal barring lawmakers from privately financed trips is necessary to restore public faith in Congress before the November elections.
President Bush plans to issue a new national security strategy Thursday reaffirming his doctrine of preemptive war against terrorists and hostile states with chemical, biological or nuclear weapons, despite the troubled experience in Iraq.
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