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10:25 AM ET, September 23, 2006

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Associated Press:
France probes report of bin Laden's death  —  Unconfirmed report says Saudi convinced terror chief died in Pakistan  —  PARIS - The French defense ministry on Saturday called for an internal investigation of the leak of an intelligence document that raises the possibility that Osama bin Laden …
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John Amato / Crooks and Liars:
President Clinton blasts Chris Wallace  —  I got us a rough transcript of Bill Clinton smacking down Chris Wallace as he tried to sandbag him over Bin Ladin that I reported on earlier today along with Duncan: Drudge is linking to a Youtube teaser video that looks to me purposefully out of sync …
Judd / Think Progress:
FULL TRANSCRIPT: Clinton Takes On Fox News  —  Today, President Bill Clinton taped an interview with Fox News' Chris Wallace, which is scheduled to be aired Sunday.  He was told the interview would focus on his nonpartisan efforts to raise over $7 billion to combat the world's biggest problems.
Ace / Ace of Spades HQ:
UNSUBSTANTIATED CLAIM: Saudi Police, Via AP France— OSAMA BIN LADIN DEAD  — Ace  —  UPDATE... Beginning to throw caution to the wind now.  Think this might be legit.  —  I'm linking to the Free Republic link, as their link is in the original French.
Allahpundit / Hot Air:
Video: Clinton flips out over Osama hunt on "Fox News Sunday"  —  He did try.  Cruise missiles count as "trying."  —  He just didn't try hard enough.  —  Watch those eyes bulge.  There's a Legacy at stake here, and no one, least of all Chris Wallace, is going to jeopardize that.
Reuters:
U.S. can't confirm bin Laden death report: official  —  WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. government is unable to confirm a French newspaper report that al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden is believed to have died last month in Pakistan, a U.S. counterterrorism official said on Saturday.
Discussion: A Blog For All
Mark Memmott / On Deadline:
Read it yourself: Clinton-Wallace fireworks on Fox
Discussion: Firedoglake and Eschaton
Reuters:
French paper says bin Laden died in Pakistan
Jane Hamsher / Firedoglake:   Go Big Dog
Captain Ed / Captain's Quarters:   Let's Give It A Rest
Captain Ed / Captain's Quarters:
Typhoid Osama? Well, Maybe
Discussion: The Strata-Sphere
U.S. Newswire:
Amnesty International 'Deeply Disturbed' by New Detainee Legislation  —  Contact: Sharon Singh of Amnesty International USA, 202-544-0200 ext. 289  —  WASHINGTON, Sept. 22 /U.S. Newswire/ — Larry Cox, Amnesty International USA's executive director, issued the following statement in response …
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Washington Post:
GOP Upbeat on Terror-Trial Bill
CNN:
Deal on detainee treatment quells GOP revolt
Discussion: The Reaction and Kiko's House
Joseph Curl / Washington Times:
Presidential ratings rise with new message man
Discussion: Power Line
Weekly Standard:
Pakistan Surrenders  —  The Taliban control the border with Afghanistan.  —  INTELLIGENCE ANALYSTS woke up on September 5 to unsettling news.  The government of Pakistan, they learned, had entered into a peace agreement with the Taliban insurgency that essentially cedes authority in North Waziristan …
Discussion: Counterterrorism Blog
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Calvin Woodward / Associated Press:
War price on U.S. lives equal to 9/11  —  WASHINGTON - Now the death toll is 9/11 times two.  U.S. military deaths from Iraq and Afghanistan now match those of the most devastating terrorist attack in America's history, the trigger for what came next.  Add casualties from chasing terrorists elsewhere …
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Radley Balko / The Agitator:
A Small But Lovely Victory  —  Cory Maye will not sleep on death row tonight.  Nor, for that matter, any night for the foreseeable future.  —  At the conclusion of the hearing today, Judge Michael Eubanks ruled on two of the defense team's battery of arguments.
Discussion: Matt Welch
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Jim Henley / Unqualified Offerings:   Sure Beats Getting Dan Rather Fired, Huh
Hugh Hewitt / Hugh Hewitt's TownHall Blog:
Diogenes, put down that lantern.  —  Thomas Edsall spent 25 years at the Washington Post, retiring this year from his post as senior political correspondent.  He has affiliated with The New Republic and Columbia School of Journalism, and now has a new book out, Building Red America.
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Howard Dean / Wall Street Journal:
'Democrats Offer a New Direction'  —  We need a Democratic Congress to fight the war on terror — and to end the war on America's families.  Republican policies of the last five years have damaged our economy and failed Americans.  Democrats believe strengthening the middle class is essential …
Jennifer Skalka / Baltimore Sun:
Democrats accuse Steele of 'political identity theft'  —  No, Maryland voters, the printer did not make an error.  Lt. Gov. Michael S. Steele's new campaign signs seem to identify him as a Democrat.  —  A "Steele Democrat," they read.  —  The bright blue placards and bumper stickers …
Pamela Constable / Washington Post:
Afghan Girls, Back in the Shadows  —  Home Classes Proliferate as Anti-Government Insurgents Step Up Attacks on Schools  —  SHEIKHABAD, Afghanistan — In a small, sunlit parlor last week, 20 little girls seated on rush mats sketched a flower drawn on the blackboard.
Marc Santora / New York Times:
A Scholar Is Alive, Actually, and Hungry for Debate  —  At a news conference after his spirited address to the United Nations on Wednesday, President Hugo Chávez of Venezuela expressed one regret: not having met that icon of the American left, the linguist Noam Chomsky, before his death.
John Javna / MyDD:
Activism: Adopt a Voter  —  I'm honored that Matt has invited me to adapt and expand material from my book,  —  50 Simple Things You Can Do to Fight the Right, to post here.  —  A confession: I've never blogged before.  Of course, I've read progressive blogs like My DD for years—and they've been a constant source of inspiration.
Discussion: Firedoglake
 
 
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