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2:10 PM ET, March 27, 2007

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Associated Press:
Tests Show Snow's Cancer Has Returned  —  WASHINGTON (AP) - Presidential spokesman Tony Snow's surgery to remove a small growth showed that his cancer has returned, the White House said Tuesday.  —  Snow, 51, had his colon removed in 2005 and underwent six months of chemotherapy after being diagnosed with colon cancer.
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Justin Rood Reports / The Blotter:
Exclusive: Report Charges Broad White House Efforts to Stifle Climate Research  —  Justin Rood Reports:  —  Bush administration officials throughout the government have engaged in White House-directed efforts to stifle, delay or dampen the release of climate change research that casts …
USA Today:
Poll backs subpoenas of Bush aides  —  WASHINGTON — Americans overwhelmingly support a congressional investigation into White House involvement in the firing of eight U.S. attorneys, and they say President Bush and his aides should answer questions about it without invoking executive privilege.
Peter Baker / Washington Post:
Tests Show Snow's Cancer Has Returned  —  White House press secretary Tony Snow, who has become the face of the Bush presidency over the last year, has cancer again.  —  Snow's deputy, Dana M. Perino, broke into tears at an off-camera briefing this morning as she announced that the cancer has spread to his liver.
White House:
Press Briefing by Dana Perino  —  White House Conference Center Briefing Room  —  MS. PERINO: Good afternoon.  I have a readout for you this afternoon of the President's meeting with the Big 3 automakers.  They had a very good meeting.  It was scheduled to go just 30 minutes; it almost went to 45 minutes.
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Jeff Coen / Chicago Tribune:   Attorney general coming here, expects questions
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Sydney Morning Herald:
US captures car-bombing ring in Iraq  —  The US military has captured the leaders of a car-bombing ring blamed for killing hundreds of Iraqis.  —  The news came as the departing US ambassador said Americans are in ongoing talks with insurgent representatives to try to persuade them to turn against al-Qaeda.
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Jules Crittenden:
By The Way, It's Official ...  ... we can win in Iraq, we are winning in Iraq, and George Bush's surge strategy is responsible for it.  Not even the AP can ignore it* anymore: … * The AP here grudgingly leaves out the kind of helpful interpretive graphs that usually are added to explain …
Discussion: Hot Air and Power Line
Ned Parker / Los Angeles Times:
Insurgents report a split with Al Qaeda in Iraq  —  The U.S. hopes to take advantage of the Sunni rebel schism, which has resulted in combat in some areas.  —  BAGHDAD — Insurgent leaders and Sunni Arab politicians say divisions between insurgent groups and Al Qaeda in Iraq have widened …
Jeff Zeleny / New York Times:
Republicans to Rely on President Bush's Veto to Block Troop Withdrawal Plan  —  As the Senate opened debate Monday on a $122 billion Iraq spending bill, Republicans vowed not to allow Congress to impose a withdrawal date for American troops, but said they would rely on President Bush's veto pen rather …
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Washington Post:
Republicans Soften Stance on Pullout Language  —  GOP Senators Willing To Let Bush Confront Iraq Timetable Issue  —  Unwilling to do the White House's heavy lifting on Iraq, Senate Republicans are prepared to step aside to allow language requiring troop withdrawals to reach President Bush …
Elizabeth Williamson / Washington Post:
Democrat Proposes Making Withdrawal Date Secret  —  Only Congress, White House and Iraqi Government Would Know Plan  —  In one of the more unusual proposals to emerge in the Senate debate on Iraq withdrawal, Sen. Mark Pryor wants to keep any plans for bringing troops home a secret.
Ryan Sager / New York Sun Politics:
McCain-Feingold: Five Years of Failure  —  Five years ago today, President Bush signed into law the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002.  Today, American politics is so clean you could eat off it — except for the mud-slinging, back-scratching, favor-trading, influence-peddling, bald-faced lying, indictments, and convictions.
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Charles Hurt / Examiner:
Senate war bill features $20B in pork  —  WASHINGTON (Map, News) - Like their counterparts in the House, the Senate has larded its version of an "emergency" war spending bill with nearly $20 billion in pork-barrel outlays, including $100 million for the two major political parties' 2008 presidential conventions.
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Elizabeth Williamson / Washington Post:
'Billboard King' Reid Looks to Leave Mark on Senate War Funding Measure
Discussion: Betsy's Page
William Glaberson / New York Times:
Plea of Guilty From Detainee in Guantánamo  —  In the first conviction of a Guantánamo detainee before a military commission, an Australian who was trained by Al Qaeda pleaded guilty here Monday to providing material support to a terrorist organization.
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Helene Cooper / New York Times:
Mideast Leaders Agree to Meet Biweekly  —  After three days of shuttle diplomacy between Israeli and Arab cities and a late night of haggling, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said today that she had persuaded Israeli and Palestinian leaders to hold talks twice a month.
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Glenn Greenwald / Salon:
Drudge and The Politico — poisonously joined at the hip  —  The new online political magazine, The Politico, is a pernicious new presence in our media landscape.  As I noted the other day, it really is nothing more than the Drudge Report dressed up with the trappings of mainstream media credibility.
Richard Cohen / Washington Post:
Obama's Back Story  —  While I was whiling away my youth as an insurance investigator — yes, yes, Cohen of Claims — I met the lovely Penny, a wise and beautiful woman who utterly changed my life.  She invited me to her family's summer place at the beach.  The old house had a screened-in porch …
 
 
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