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11:45 PM ET, July 11, 2006


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Times of India:
LeT, SIMI hand in Mumbai blasts  —  [ 11 Jul, 2006 2329hrs IST TIMES NEWS NETWORK ]  —  NEW DELHI: The terror attack on Mumbai trains was carried out by Lashkar-e-Toiba and local Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) activists and was designed to trigger communal conflagration …
40 killed in Mumbai train blasts  —  MUMBAI, India (CNN) — At least 40 people have been killed in seven explosions on crowded rush-hour commuter trains in the Indian financial capital of Mumbai, police said.  —  More than 100 people were injured in the blasts, which took place between 6:20 and 7 p.m. …
Allahpundit / Hot Air:
Breaking: Six Seven explosions at Bombay train stations (Update: Prime suspect emerges)  —  During rush hour, says Drudge, who has the siren up.  Nothing yet on Fox.  —  What is it with the eleventh of the month?  —  Stand by.  —  Update: There were six explosions in Srinagar this morning, too.
Fox News:
Seven Explosions Hit India Train Stations During Rush Hour
Discussion: Assorted Babble and Daimnation!
Financial Times:   Mumbai commuter train blasts least 170
Washington Post:
Bomb Attacks in Bombay Kill at Least 139
Bill Roggio / Counterterrorism Blog:   7 Bombs detonated on Bombay Rail System
Gateway Pundit:   Bombs in Mumbai!  —  The bombs went off during rush hour in India's financial center,
Howard Kurtz / Washington Post:
Robert Novak Acknowledges Confidential Administration Sources  —  Syndicated columnist Robert Novak acknowledged for the first time today that he identified three confidential administration sources during testimony in the CIA leak investigation, saying he did so because they had granted …
New York Times:
In Big Shift, U.S. to Follow Geneva Treaty for Detainees  —  WASHINGTON, July 11 — In a sweeping change of policy, the Pentagon has decided that it will treat all detainees in compliance with the minimum standards spelled out in the Geneva conventions, a senior defense official said today.
Alexis Simendinger / National Journal:
Who's Making What In The White House  —  President Bush's most senior aides — the ones who hold the coveted title of "assistant to the president" — recently received a $4,200 cost-of-living bump-up in compensation and now earn a top pay rate of $165,200, according to an internal White House list of staff salaries.
Glenn Greenwald / Unclaimed Territory:
Prominent right-wing blogger today calls for the murder of Supreme Court Justices - the Right fails to condemn it  —  If your only source for news was reading right-wing blogs, you would have thought that the most significant world event in the last few days was that some crazy woman …
Eric Lipton / New York Times:
U.S. Terror Targets: Petting Zoo and Flea Market?  —  WASHINGTON, July 11 — It reads like a tally of terrorist targets that a child might have written: Old MacDonald's Petting Zoo, the Amish Country Popcorn factory, the Mule Day Parade, the Sweetwater Flea Market and an unspecified "Beach at End of a Street."
David Morgan / Reuters:
Republican says US readying crackdown on leaks  —  WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Bush administration is preparing a crackdown on intelligence leaks to the media and will try to pursue prosecutions in some recent cases, the chairman of the House of Representatives Intelligence Committee on Tuesday.
Bill Carter / New York Times:
MSNBC's Star Carves Anti-Fox Niche  —  Keith Olbermann, in his office: "You don't punch down.  If you're in my position, you punch upwards."  —  He is either the leading man of MSNBC or its leading agent provocateur, but Keith Olbermann has no problem embracing either role.
THE STATE HOUSE NEWS POLL  —  The following are key findings from The State House News Poll, a telephone poll conducted among 410 adults living in Massachusetts by KRC/Communications Research for The State House News Service.  The poll was conducted from June 28-30, 2006 …
Joseph Carroll / Gallup:
Bush Job Approval Edges Up to 40%  —  First time since February that Bush approval in the 40% range  —  PRINCETON, NJ — President George W. Bush's job approval rating has edged up slightly higher in Gallup's latest poll, and is now at 40% for the first since early February.
Washington Post:
Tunnel Plot Suspects Linked to Al-Qaeda  —  The Lebanese man arrested in an alleged plot to bomb New York transit tunnels under the Hudson River had been recruited by al-Qaeda three years ago and members of his cell had been attempting to seek help from the organization for the attack, U.S. and Lebanese officials said yesterday.
Discussion: Rantingprofs and Cold Fury
Washington Post:
Lawmaker Criticized for PAC Fees Paid to Wife  —  In the past two years, campaign and political action committees controlled by Rep. John T. Doolittle (R-Calif.) paid ever-larger commissions to his wife's one-person company and spent tens of thousands of dollars on gifts at stores …
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