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2:23 AM ET, July 25, 2007


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Andrew Cohen / Bench Conference:
Gonzo on the Hill: A Comedic Tragedy  —  Forget about the politicization of the Justice Department.  Forget about the falling morale there.  Forget about the rise in violent crime in some of our biggest cities.  Forget about the events leading up to the U.S. Attorney scandal and the way he has handled the prosecutor purge since.
Washington Post:
Gonzales, Senators Spar on Credibility  —  Account of Meeting In '04 Is Challenged  —  Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales testified yesterday that top congressional leaders from both parties agreed in March 2004 to continue a classified surveillance activity that Justice Department officials …
Spencer Ackerman / TPMmuckraker:
Daschle: Gonzales Trying to "Rewrite History" …
Discussion: New Pairodimes and Daily Kos
Spencer Ackerman / TPMmuckraker:
Pelosi: I Objected to Spying When Comey Did
Discussion: Think Progress
Digby / Hullabaloo:
Depends On What The Definition Of Program Is
Discussion: Firedoglake and Norwegianity
Ed Tibbetts / Quad City Times:
Clinton takes Obama to task over statements  —  TODAY: (Updated 12:25 p.m.) Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton today called rival Barack Obama's statement that he would meet with the leaders of several countries antagonistic to the United States "irresponsible" and "naive."
Tom Raum / Associated Press:
Obama Debate Comments Set Off Firestorm
Discussion: Roger L. Simon
Berny Morson / Rocky Mountain News:
CU regents fire Ward Churchill  —  BOULDER — The University of Colorado's Board of Regents today fired professor Ward Churchill, 2 1/2 years after his comments about the victims of the 9/11 attacks sparked a firestorm.  —  The regents, in an 8-1 vote, said Churchill committed academic misconduct.
Jeffrey Wolf / KUSA-TV:
Regents vote to fire Churchill  —  and Nicole Vap , Executive Producer Investigative  —  BOULDER - The University of Colorado Board of Regents voted to terminate controversial professor Ward Churchill on Tuesday evening.  —  The Board of Regents passed a motion to accept the recommendation …
Jgm / The Drunkablog:
Regents Meet, Part 1
Discussion: Gateway Pundit
Hindrocket / Power Line:   IT'S BAD TO BE CRAZY. ISN'T IT?
Michael J. Totten:
In the Wake of the Surge  —  BAGHDAD - 82nd Airborne's Lieutenant William H. Lord from Foxborough, Massachusetts, prepared his company for a dismounted foot patrol in the Graya'at neighborhood of Northern Baghdad's predominantly Sunni Arab district of Adhamiyah.
Brian Knowlton / New York Times:
Bush Insists Al Qaeda in Iraq Threatens U.S.  —  President George W. Bush argued forcefully today that an Al Qaeda-affiliated group in Iraq is linked tightly to the central Al Qaeda leadership, and that for American forces to leave Iraq without defeating the terror group would be "dangerous for the world and disastrous for America."
Jonathan Martin / The Politico:
Collamore out as Thompson manager  —  Tom Collamore, the former Altria lobbyist who had been running Fred Thompson's campaign, has resigned and will be replaced by Randy Enwright.  Enwright is a Florida political hand with ties to former Gov. Jeb Bush.  Also coming on board in a leadership capacity …
Libby Quaid / Associated Press:
Thompson Shakes Up Staff
New York Times:
Fourth Democratic Debate  —  The eight candidates vying to be the Democratic nominee for president in the 2008 elections answered questions submitted by CNN and YouTube users in a debate.  Participants: Senator Joseph Biden, Jr. (D-De); Senator Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.); Senator Christopher Dodd …
The Trail:
Poll: GOP Likes Giuliani's Electability  —  With many Republicans increasingly pessimistic about holding the White House in 2008, electability has become former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani's most appealing attribute.  —  A new Washington Post-ABC News poll of the Republican field shows Giuliani …
Listen to this programme in full  —  Document uncovers details of a planned coup in the USA in 1933 by right-wing American businessmen  —  The coup was aimed at toppling President Franklin D Roosevelt with the help of half-a-million war veterans.  The plotters, who were alleged to involve …
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Cenk Uygur / Daily Kos:
POLL: Time For Us To Label Fox?
Not A Good Time To Be Sunni And Arab In Iraq
Mark Grimsley / Blog Them Out of the Stone Age:
What If France Had Not Fallen in 1940?  —  Today is the off …
Dallas Morning News:
Abuse, neglect plague state schools
Rebecca Sinderbrand / Time:
Iraqi Insurgents, Together at Poolside
Discussion: Hot Air
William Yardley / New York Times:
On Army Base, a Plea to Give Each Death Its Due
James Taranto / Opinion Journal:
Best of the Web
Robert Pear / New York Times:
G.O.P. Leaders Fight Expansion of Children's Health Insurance
Discussion: MyDD, the talking dog and Feministe
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Annette Haddad / Los Angeles Times:
Countrywide feels pain of ailing mortgage market
Ben Smith / The Politico:
No tangerines for you?  —  The politics of global warming got …
Discussion: Don Surber and Hot Air
Kim Ode / Minneapolis Star Tribune:
Continued: Michele Bachmann: Watching her step
Discussion: Think Progress
Jacques Steinberg / New York Times:
Paula Zahn Will Leave CNN
Muhammad Hussein Fadlallah / Washington Post:
Muhammad Hussein Fadlallah
Vinokourov fails Tour doping test
Scott Brooks / New Hampshire Union Leader:
GOP fundraiser to feature machine gun shoot
Discussion: On Deadline
Keith L. Alexander / Washington Post:
Outsourcing the Picket Line