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10:40 AM ET, March 28, 2006

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Peter Baker / Washington Post:
Andrew Card Resigns as White House Chief of Staff  —  White House Chief of Staff Andrew H. Card Jr. plans to announce his resignation this morning after nearly 5-1/2 years as President Bush's top aide and will be replaced by Joshua B. Bolten, the director of the Office of Management and Budget, a senior administration official said.
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Joe Strupp / Editor and Publisher:
Bush Holding Off-The-Record Meetings With Reporters  —  NEW YORK In an apparent effort to mend his relationship with the press, President George Bush has been holding off-the-record meetings with White House reporters for the past few days, an apparent first since he took office.
Associated Press:
Top White House aide Card resigns  —  Budget director Bolten named successor  —  WASHINGTON (AP) — President Bush announced the resignation of White House chief of staff Andy Card on Wednesday and replaced him with budget director Joshua Bolten, saying "the next three years will demand much of those who serve our country."
David Sanger / New York Times:
Bush Announces Resignation of Chief of Staff  —  President Bush today will announce the resignation of his chief of staff, Andrew H. Card Jr., in the first major staffing change of his troubled second term, according to a senior White House official.  —  Mr. Card will be replaced by Joshua Bolten, the budget director.
Terence Hunt / Associated Press:
White House Chief of Staff Card Resigns  —  WASHINGTON - White House chief of staff Andy Card has resigned and will be replaced by budget director Joshua Bolten, President Bush announced Tuesday amid growing calls for a White House shakeup and Republican concern about Bush's tumbling poll ratings.
Discussion: Outside The Beltway and PSoTD
MSNBC:
White House shake-up - chief of staff resigns  —  Bush hails Card's service; he will be replaced by budget director Josh Bolten … WASHINGTON - White House chief of staff Andrew Card has resigned and will be replaced by budget director Joshua Bolten, President Bush announced Tuesday amid growing calls …
Charles Babington / Washington Post:
Off the Record, Bush Makes Media Inroads
Discussion: TAPPED and The Heretik
Time:
The Republicans Must Get Their Act Together
Discussion: Riehl World View
Katharine Q. Seelye / New York Times:
For Bush and Press, Informal Talks
Discussion: AMERICAblog
Rachel L. Swarns / New York Times:
Bill to Broaden Immigration Law Gains in Senate  —  WASHINGTON, March 27 — With Republicans deeply divided, the Senate Judiciary Committee voted on Monday to legalize the nation's 11 million illegal immigrants and ultimately to grant them citizenship, provided that they hold jobs …
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Jonathan Weisman / Washington Post:
Senators Back Guest Workers  —  A key Senate panel broke with the House's get-tough approach to illegal immigration yesterday and sent to the floor a broad revision of the nation's immigration laws that would provide lawful employment to millions of undocumented workers while offering work visas …
MSNBC:
Senate panel passes bill allowing guest workers  —  Sweeping immigration legislation faces stiff opposition in the House  —  WASHINGTON - The Senate Judiciary Committee approved election-year immigration legislation Monday that clears the way for millions of undocumented workers …
Suzanne Gamboa / Associated Press:
Immigrant Advocates Back Senate Panel Plan
Discussion: RedState
Scott Shane / New York Times:
Iraqi Documents Are Put on Web, and Search Is On  —  WASHINGTON, March 27 — American intelligence agencies and presidential commissions long ago concluded that Saddam Hussein had no unconventional weapons and no substantive ties to Al Qaeda before the 2003 invasion.
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NEWS.com.au:
US asked to cede Iraq control  —  By Omar al-Ibadi and Alastair Macdonald in Baghdad  —  IRAQ'S ruling parties have demanded US forces cede control of security as the government investigated a raid on a Shiite mosque complex that ministers said involved "cold blooded" killings by US-led troops.
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Charles Krauthammer / Washington Post:
Fukuyama's Fantasy  —  It was, as the hero tells it, his Road to Damascus moment.  There he is, in a hall of 1,500 people he has long considered to be his allies, hearing the speaker treat the Iraq war, nearing the end of its first year, as "a virtually unqualified success."
Amir Shah / Associated Press:
Christian Convert Released From Prison  —  KABUL, Afghanistan - An Afghan man who had faced the death penalty for converting from Islam to Christianity has been released from prison after the case was dropped, the justice minister said Tuesday.  —  The announcement came after the United Nations …
CNN:
Government investigators smuggled radioactive materials into U.S.  —  WASHINGTON (CNN) — Two teams of government investigators using fake documents were able to enter the United States with enough radioactive sources to make two dirty bombs, according to a federal report made available Monday.
Los Angeles Times:
High School Students Extend Immigration Protests Into 4th Day  —  Thousands of students walked out of high schools in Los Angeles and across Southern California this morning as protests against restrictions on immigration spread across the city for a fourth day.
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CBS News:
Talking Himself To Death  —  Al Qaeda terror conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui proved Monday that he is a far better suicide witness than suicide pilot.  Having failed miserably at training to fly a plane into the White House in 2001, the capital defendant was far defter with his words in 2006 …
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Neil A. Lewis / New York Times:
Moussaoui Now Ties Himself to 9/11 Plot
Discussion: In the Bullpen and Viking Pundit
Guardian:
Rival Shia groups unite against US after mosque raid  —  Jonathan Steele and Qais al-Bashir in Baghdad  —  Senior ministers from the three main Shia factions united yesterday to denounce an American raid on a Baghdad mosque complex in which at least 20 people died, opening the biggest rift between …
Emily Bazelon / Slate:
Invisible Men  —  Did Lindsey Graham and Jon Kyl mislead the Supreme Court?  —  It's not within the Supreme Court's power to decide the constitutional challenges brought by Salim Ahmed Hamdan, the Guantanamo detainee whose case will be argued before the court tomorrow, say Sens. Lindsey Graham …
 
 
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Michael Gawenda / Sydney Morning Herald:
Yes we did suicide attacks, but we are not terrorists
Discussion: normblog and lgf
Stewart Payne / Telegraph:
Schoolgirl drink-driver runs riot in court
Discussion: Vox Popoli
MSNBC:
An immigration brouhaha
Discussion: JunkYardBlog
Francis Turner / L'Ombre de l'Olivier:
AP = Admitting Plagiarizing?
Greg Myre / New York Times:
At Crossroads, Israeli Voters Seem to Wait for a Signal
Discussion: Roger L. Simon
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