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David M. Herszenhorn / New York Times:
Graduates at New School Heckle Speech by McCain  —  The jeers, boos and insults flew, as caustic as any that angry New Yorkers have hurled inside Madison Square Garden.  The objects of derision yesterday, however, were not the hapless New York Knicks, but Senator John McCain …
Ari Berman / The Nation:
McCain at New School: Honeymoon is Over  —  "I haven't heard anyone aroused about me speaking at the New School," John McCain said in April, defending his decision to address Jerry Falwell's Liberty University.  —  Nobody at all, except for virtually the entire crowd at the New School's …
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Chris Wattie / National Post:
Experts say report of badges for Jews in Iran is untrue  —  Several experts are casting doubt on reports that Iran had passed a law requiring the country's Jews and other religious minorities to wear coloured badges identifying them as non-Muslims.  —  The Iranian embassy in Otttawa also denied …
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Salon:
Do women want a sex-drive drug?  —  If you could take a drug to become aroused — not just to facilitate the hydraulics of arousal, as Viagra and other vascular sex aids do, but to actually make you horny — would you?  —  I ask because MSNBC is reporting today that New Jersey-based Palatin Technologies …
MSNBC:
Gitmo prisoners reportedly ambush guards  —  6 detainees hurt after luring guards with fake suicide attempt, military says … MSNBC staff and news service reports  —  SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - Prisoners wielding improvised weapons attacked military guards trying to save a detainee pretending …
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Will Dunham / Reuters:
US guards battle Guantanamo inmates in wild fight  —  WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Ten Guantanamo prisoners lured U.S. guards into a cell with a staged suicide attempt, then attacked them with light fixtures, fan blades and other improvised weapons while guards fired rubber balls and used …
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Ben Fox / Associated Press:   6 Gitmo Inmates Hurt in Fight With Guards
BBC:
Top Taleban commander 'arrested'  —  A top Taleban leader, Mullah Dadullah, has been captured in Afghanistan, Afghan officials have told the BBC.  —  The senior military commander was said to have been detained by international troops in southern Kandahar province.
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The Rove Indictment Story as of Right Now  —  By Marc Ash,  —  On Saturday afternoon, May 13, 2006, TruthOut ran a story titled, "Karl Rove Indicted on Charges of Perjury, Lying to Investigators."  The story stated in part that top Bush aide Karl Rove had earlier that day been indicted on the charges set forth in the story's title.
Joe Strupp / Editor and Publisher:
Dispute Over 'USA Today' NSA Scoop Has Top Journos Buzzing  —  NEW YORK The USA Today phone records scoop, which is drawing increased scrutiny as phone companies dispute elements of the report, has also sparked interest among those in the news business, as well as longtime journalism observers.
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Arshad Mohammed / Washington Post:
BellSouth Wants Story Retractions
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Washington Post:
New Face, Old Evasion  —  AT THE SENATE intelligence committee hearing Thursday on Gen. Michael V. Hayden's nomination to head the CIA, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) asked the nominee a simple question: Is "waterboarding" an acceptable interrogation technique?
John Hawkins / Right Wing News:
An Exclusive Mini-Interview With Congressman Jack Kingston On Illegal Immigration  —  This afternoon, I did an exclusive mini-interview with Congressman Jack Kingston on illegal immigration.  What you'll see below is an edited, partial transcript of our conversation.  Enjoy!
Gaius / Blue Crab Boulevard:
Letter From Iraq  —  A while back I wrote about "seeing the elephant", an old phrase that has been used for many years to describe people who have seen war close up.  In it, I wrote: … My son read those words and sent me this email.  I think it helps explain.  See if you do, too.  —  The Elephant
Washington Post:
Growing Number of GOP Seats In Doubt  —  VIRGINIA BEACH, May 19 — When some of the country's top political handicappers drew up their charts of vulnerable House incumbents at the beginning of this year, Rep. Thelma D. Drake (R-Va.) was not among them.  Now she is.
 
 
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Steven Thomma / Knight Ridder:
Americans don't like President Bush personally much anymore, either
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Charles Lane / Washington Post:
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