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11:35 AM ET, June 22, 2006


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Fox News:
Report: Hundreds of WMDs Found in Iraq  —  WASHINGTON — The United States has found 500 chemical weapons in Iraq since 2003, and more weapons of mass destruction are likely to be uncovered, two Republican lawmakers said Wednesday.  —  "We have found weapons of mass destruction in Iraq …
Dafna Linzer / Washington Post:
Lawmakers Cite Weapons Found in Iraq  —  Rep. Peter Hoekstra (R-Mich.), chairman of the House intelligence committee, and Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.) told reporters yesterday that weapons of mass destruction had in fact been found in Iraq, despite acknowledgments by the White House and the insistence …
Captain Ed / Captain's Quarters:
Santorum: 500 Chemical-Weapons Shells Found In Iraq (Updated And Bumped)  —  Negroponte letter can be viewed in PDF format here.  —  According to numerous sources but not yet on the wires, Senator Rick Santorum announced a few minutes ago that the US has found 500 chemical-weapons shells in Iraq.
Agence France Presse:
Hundreds of chemical weapons found in Iraq: US intelligence  —  US-led coalition forces in Iraq have found some 500 chemical weapons since the March 2003 invasion, Republican lawmakers said, citing an intelligence report.  —  "Since 2003, Coalition forces have recovered approximately 500 weapons munitions …
Discussion: Texas Rainmaker
Allahpundit / Hot Air:   Video: Santorum, Hoekstra, McInerney talk WMD on H&C
SeeDubya / JunkYardBlog:   Pentagon-"Not the WMDs We Went to War Over"
SeeDubya / JunkYardBlog:
500 Chemical Rounds in Iraq since 2003 (UPDATE)
Michelle Malkin:
Discussion: Riehl World View
If Necessary, Strike and Destroy  —  North Korea Cannot Be Allowed to Test This Missile  —  North Korean technicians are reportedly in the final stages of fueling a long-range ballistic missile that some experts estimate can deliver a deadly payload to the United States.
Opinion Journal:
The Savages  —  A barbaric enemy disqualified from the Geneva Conventions.  —  The Pentagon yesterday announced the names of seven Marines and a Navy corpsman charged with the April 26 kidnapping and murder of a 52-year-old Iraqi man in the town of Hamdania.
Washington Post:
8 Troops Charged In Death Of Iraqi
Jamie McIntyre / CNN:
8 U.S. troops charged with murder
Washington Times:
The real Jack Murtha  —  Rep. John Murtha is thinking big thoughts.  Since coming out for an immediate withdrawal from Iraq last year, he has accused Marines of murder "in cold blood" before a preliminary investigation is even complete; accused the military of a cover up over the same incident …
New York Times:
Rallied by Bush, Skittish G.O.P. Now Embraces War as Issue  —  WASHINGTON, June 21 — Just a few weeks ago, some Republicans were openly fretting about the war in Iraq and its effect on their re-election prospects, with particularly vulnerable lawmakers worried that its growing unpopularity was becoming a drag on their campaigns.
Washington Post:
Close Guantanamo?  —  THE MILITARY detention camp at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, has become the focus of global protests against U.S. human rights violations during the war on terrorism.  Images of the hooded, jumpsuited prisoners who were brought there in 2002 still pervade the world's media …
David S. Broder / Washington Post:
Thinking Outside The Blog  —  Judging from the amount of publicity they gleaned, the liberal bloggers who gathered in Las Vegas recently for the first annual YearlyKos convention represent the cutting edge of thinking in the Democratic Party.  —  But the blogs I have scanned are heavier …
Jonathan Weisman / Washington Post:
Lawmakers' Profits Are Scrutinized  —  House Speaker J. Dennis Hastert (R-Ill.) made a $2 million profit last year on the sale of land 5 1/2 miles from a highway project that he helped to finance with targeted federal funds.  —  A Republican House member from California, meanwhile …
Discussion: Porkbusters and Think Progress
Carl Hulse / New York Times:
Rebellion Stalls Extension of Voting Rights Act  —  WASHINGTON, June 21 — House Republican leaders abruptly canceled a planned vote to renew the Voting Rights Act on Wednesday after a rebellion by lawmakers who said the civil rights measure unfairly singled out Southern states …
Discussion: Iowa Voice and PrairiePundit
Tim Tagaris / Ned Lamont for Senate:
An Evening With David Sirota  —  Wasn't quite sure what to expect at David Sirota's book signing featuring Ned in New Haven earlier this evening.  Actually, looking back, I should have known what to expect: a packed house with less seats than behinds to put in them.
Jim Snyder / The Hill:
Report: Boutique fuels do not raise gas prices  —  A draft Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) report contradicts President Bush's suggestion that boutique fuels, designed to cut pollution from cars and trucks, have contributed to higher gasoline prices.  —  While they could complicate …
Discussion: MyDD and David Sirota
Kim Zetter / Salon:
Is the NSA spying on U.S. Internet traffic?  —  Salon exclusive: Two former AT&T employees say the telecom giant has maintained a secret, highly secure room in St. Louis since 2002.  Intelligence experts say it bears the earmarks of a National Security Agency operation.  —  Pages 1 2 3
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