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3:05 PM ET, April 25, 2007

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Nico / Think Progress:
Breaking: Gonzales Aide Goodling Granted Immunity  —  The House Judiciary Committee voted moments ago to grant immunity to Monica Goodling — former counsel to Alberto Gonzales and the Justice Department's liaison to the White House — and issue a subpoena compelling her to testify.
Wall Street Journal:
Delays in Renzi Case Raise More Gonzales Questions  —  WASHINGTON — As midterm elections approached last November, federal investigators in Arizona faced unexpected obstacles in getting needed Justice Department approvals to advance a corruption investigation of Republican Rep. Rick Renzi, people close to the case said.
Michael Roston / The Raw Story:
Leahy: The President said 'Heckuva Job, Gonzales
Discussion: DownWithTyranny!
ABCNEWS:
Exclusive: O'Donnell Leaving 'The View'  —  Rosie O'Donnell Is Set to Announce Today Her Departure From 'The View'  —  Rosie O'Donnell is leaving "The View."  ABC has been unable to come to a contractual agreement with "The View" co-host.  As a result, her duties on the show will come to an end mid-June.
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TMZ.com:
It's True — Rosie Will Leave "View!!"  —  TMZ has now confirmed the buzz that we exclusively reported last night: Rosie O'Donnell will announce on today's show that she is leaving "The View."  And TMZ has confirmed that "View" honchos are already searching for her replacement.  —  Stay tuned!
Allahpundit / Hot Air:
TMZ: Rosie to announce tomorrow that she's leaving "The View;" Update: ABC confirms  —  75% of my content, up in smoke.  I'm a wreck.  —  Assuming it's true, what do you think — did she jump or was she pushed?  And if the latter, why did Barbara push her?  —  Update: Life has no meaning anymore.
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Dana Milbank / Washington Post:
Kucinich's Battle Against Cheney Not So (Im)Peachy Keen  —  "I do not stand alone," Dennis Kucinich said as he stood, alone, in front of a cluster of microphones yesterday evening.  —  The Ohio congressman, a Democratic presidential candidate, was holding a news conference outside the Capitol …
Horses Mouth:
Oh, man.  You won't be surprised to hear that Rupert Murdoch's …
Discussion: Associated Press and AMERICAblog
Glenn Greenwald / Salon:
The Pat Tillman and Jessica Lynch frauds  —  It is difficult to watch these clips from yesterday's House hearings investigating the absolute, deliberate lies regarding Pat Tillman and Jessica Lynch fed to the American public by the U.S. military — with an eager and accommodating assist …
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Joe Sudbay / AMERICAblog:
Laura Bush wants you to know that when it comes to Iraq, no one is suffering more than the First Couple.  No one.  —  Listen, you Americans, Laura Bush wants you to know the President is suffering over Iraq.  In fact, Laura told Anne Curry on the Today Show, that the American people need to know that …
Michael J. Totten:
Meet the Iraqi Police in Kirkuk  —  This is the second in a two part article.  Read Part One, Where Kurdistan Meets the Red Zone, here.  Scroll down for video.  —  KIRKUK, IRAQ - Kirkuk, like Baghdad, is one of the most dangerous places in the world.  Car bombs, suicide attacks, shootings …
Lyle Denniston / SCOTUSblog:
Court rules for three Texas death row inmates  —  In three rulings Wednesday on death penalty procedures in Texas, the Supreme Court kept up its continuing challenge to the way the two courts reviewing Texas capital cases handle that assignment — the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals …
Discussion: Election Law and TalkLeft
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Lyle Denniston / SCOTUSblog:
Analysis: "Blackout" on campaign ads in doubt
Discussion: Ace of Spades HQ
David Finkel / Washington Post:
A Grisly Problem, Grateful Iraqis and a Grim Outlook  —  Unit Planning Outpost Confronts an Obstacle Known as 'Bob'  —  The soldiers called him Bob, and for the past several weeks, until Tuesday morning, he was the biggest obstacle to the success of an important mission in a small but crucial corner of the Iraq war.
Reuters:
Bin Laden overseeing Iraq, Afghanistan ops: Taliban  —  DUBAI (Reuters) - Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden is orchestrating militants' operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, a senior commander of Afghan Islamist group Taliban said in remarks broadcast on Wednesday.
 
 
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