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9:00 AM ET, September 4, 2006


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Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin dead  —  THE Crocodile Hunter, Steve Irwin, is dead.  —  He was killed in a freak accident in Cairns, police sources said today.  —  It is understood he was killed by a stingray barb that went through his chest and reportedly into his heart .
Associated Press:
Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin Killed  —  CAIRNS, Australia — Steve Irwin, the hugely popular Australian television personality and conservationist known as the "Crocodile Hunter," was killed Monday by a stingray while filming off the Great Barrier Reef.  He was 44.
Discussion: Ace of Spades HQ
ABC News:
Steve Irwin dead  —  The naturalist and television star Steve Irwin has died in a diving accident in far north Queensland.  He was 44.  —  Police say he was stung through the heart by a stingray while diving off Port Douglas.  —  He was filming a documentary when the accident occurred around midday AEST near the Low Isles.
David Hammer / Associated Press:
Republican ads show distance from Bush  —  WASHINGTON - Republicans who were once cozy with President Bush are distancing themselves from both the president and their party in campaign ads.  —  Consider Rep. Deborah Pryce (news, bio, voting record), the fourth-ranking House Republican struggling …
Discussion: Buckeye State Blog and AMERICAblog
New York Times:
G.O.P. Seen to Be in Peril of Losing House  —  After a year of political turmoil, Republicans enter the fall campaign with their control of the House in serious jeopardy, the possibility of major losses in the Senate, and a national mood so unsettled that districts once considered safely Republican …
Discussion: The Strata-Sphere and Daily Kos
David S. Broder / Washington Post:
Fixing A Broken Congress  —  Congress returns for a final preelection push this week, with few of its members believing there is much hope of salvaging some real accomplishments from this dismal session.  —  In an interview last week, one of the Republican leaders of the House told …
Jackson Diehl / Washington Post:
Not Wanted: An Exit Strategy  —  The mostly bad news from Iraq this summer left a lot of people in Washington, including a few in the Bush administration, feeling confused, anxious and doubtful about whether the Iraqi government can deliver on its promise to stabilize the country.
Juan / Informed Comment:
Barzani Threatens Secession;  —  Sistani Aide Assassinated;  —  4 GIs Killed  —  Massoud Barzani reacted angrily to criticisms of him by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and many other Iraqi politicians for his call that the Iraqi flag not be flown in Iraqi Kurdistan.
Discussion: Crooks and Liars and NewsHog
Iraq attack leaves 11 Pakistanis dead
Discussion: NO QUARTER
Jay Deshmukh / Agence France Presse:
Iraqi PM orders Kurds to hoist national flag
Discussion: IRAQ THE MODEL
Olmert: Unaware of deal to free Shalit  —  PM denies Arab reports of agreement to release kidnapped soldier within two days in exchange for 1,400 Palestinian prisoners  —  Prime Minister Ehud Olmert denied at the opening of hid briefing to the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee Monday reports …
Discussion: TigerHawk
Hindrocket / Power Line:
JOURNALISTS CHANGE STORY, ATTEMPT COMEBACK  —  The story of the alleged Israeli missile or rocket attack on two Red Cross ambulances was one of Hezbollah's decisive propaganda victories in the recent conflict in Lebanon.  It was reported, world-wide, that the Israelis had attacked …
Discussion: Tim Blair and Riehl World View
Sarah Smiles / The Age:
Ambulance attack evidence stands the test
Discussion: Riehl World View
Al-Qaeda calls on US to convert  —  Al-Qaeda has urged non-Muslims - especially in the US - to convert to Islam, according to a new videotape.  —  The call is made by a man identified on the film as "Azzam the American", a convert also known as Adam Gadahn who is wanted for questioning by the FBI.
Discussion: The American Street
Iraq holds 'key al-Qaeda figure'  —  The Iraqi authorities have announced the arrest of a man they say is the second-in-command of al-Qaeda in Iraq.  —  Iraq's national security adviser, Mowaffaq al-Rubaie, told a news conference the man, Hamad Jama al-Saedi, was detained a few days ago.
John /
Associated Press:
Iran To Host Holocaust Conference  —  Aims To Examine Scientific Evidence Supporting The Atrocity  —  (AP) Iran said Sunday it would sponsor a conference in the autumn questioning the extent of the Holocaust, dismissing it as exaggerated, in a provocative move timed during a visit by U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan.
Discussion: Hot Air and The New Editor
Nasser Karimi / Associated Press:
Annan gets little satisfaction in Iran
THE GUARDIAN MOVES TO THE NEXT ARGUMENT AGAINST SELF-DEFENSE  —  UK Guardian:  —  "The Pentagon claimed a victory for America's missile defence system last night when a mock warhead was successfully destroyed in space in a test which cost $85m"  —  Ok.  So, weve quickly moved from " …
CBS News:
200 Taliban Killed In Fighting  —  4 Canadian Troops Also Killed In Major Operation By NATO, Afghan Forces  —  (CBS/AP) Warplanes and artillery pounded Taliban fighters hiding in orchards Sunday during a big Afghan-NATO offensive that the alliance said killed more than 200 militants in its first two days.
Discussion: The Volokh Conspiracy
Ali Daraghmeh / Associated Press:
Palestinian teachers' strike hurts boy  —  NABLUS, West Bank - Masked militants trying to keep students away from school during a politically charged Palestinian teachers' strike on Sunday shot and wounded a 12-year-old boy.  —  Palestinian teachers began striking Saturday …
Little Green Footballs:   Palestinian Terrorists Fire on Children, AP Obfuscates
Kendrick Marshall / Chicago Sun Times:
Marchers are 'tired but holding up'  —  The second leg of a four-day, 44-mile march in support of immigration reform took place Saturday afternoon, and hundreds of demonstrators spent part of the day rallying in Melrose Park.  —  About 250 marchers on the grounds of St. Charles Borromeo …
McQ / QandO:
HOW SOLID IS THE GROUP WHO DISAPPROVES OF THE WAR IN IRAQ?  —  Everywhere I look in the MSM the number 60% is used to describe those who "disapprove" of or "oppose" the Iraq war.  But I've wondered, what does that really mean?  Does that disapproval or opposition mean they want us to end our involvement now …
Discussion: Say Anything and Think Progress
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Tim Castle / New Zealand Herald:
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Discussion: Say Anything
New York Times:
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