Monday edition - December 3, 2007
Where Was Jeb?
Neil Bush's Firm Under Federal Scrutiny
Corruption and theft soar in Iraq
What successes have come out of the Bush dynasty?
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"Things not looking good for President Bush. His approval rating has dropped so low the only thing he's above now is the law." --Jay Leno
US Military Deaths in Iraq at 3882 The Associated Press
12 Iraqi Villagers Killed in Militant Raid Voice of America
20 decomposed bodies found in western Iraq Xinhua, China
US Opens Flight School for Iraqi Pilots The Associated Press
Webb, back from Iraq, questions impact of 'surge' Baltimore Sun
What Did He Do To Deserve This?
The airport out here. The
intelligence center in Washington, the whole thing's got my name on it.
Sometimes you say, well, I'm not worthy of that, there are plenty of other
directors of CIA who did a great job. But this one (the carrier) is very
personal with me. -
W Bush commenting on an airport, the CIA, and an aircraft carrier named after
going to -- we'll be sending a person on the ground there pretty soon to help
implement the malaria initiative, and that initiative will mean spreading nets
and insecticides throughout the country so that we can see a reduction in death
of young children that -- a death that we can cure." --George W. Bush,
Washington, D.C., Oct. 18, 2007
Observers question Russian vot CNN International
Larry Craig, The Gift That Keeps Giving
Embattled Idaho Sen.
Larry Craig emphatically denied new allegations of homosexual encounters
published in his home state's largest newspaper Sunday,
the statements of four new accusers "completely false."
"Here's what I don't understand: Rudolph Giuliani had three wives and he's not
the Mormon candidate?" --David Letterman
Giuliani nearly drowned out by rival's supporters Atlanta Journal Constitution,
Romney ready to address religion: At Bush library Baltimore Sun
Huckabee: 'a different kind of Jesus juice' Los Angeles Times
Bush Secrecy Continues
the U.S. death toll is down in Iraq, many troops continue to perish in what the
military officially announces as "noncombat" or "nonhostile" incidents. An
investigation is launched but the press rarely learns the result.
However, local papers often obtain information directly from family members, exposing death by vehicle accident, friendly fire, illness or suicide.
It happened again this weekend, thanks to reporter Matthew Stolle of the Post-Bulletin in Rochester, Minn.
Hillary Clinton throws vice-presidential teaser at Bill Richardson
More Bush Secrecy
The Bush administration is laying out a new secrecy defense in an effort to end a court battle about the White House visits of now-imprisoned lobbyist Jack Abramoff.
"According to a new AP poll, the most popular presidential candidate among registered Republicans is 'none of the above.' At the moment, Rudy Giuliani is running third, just behind 'Good Lord, not him.'" --Conan O'Brien
Nasdaq opens office in Beijing, NYSE to follow CNNMoney.com
Leno To Pay Laid-Off Staff Entertainment Weekly
Diplomacy won gambling pact with Seminoles MiamiHerald.com, FL
"As yesterday's positive report card shows, childrens do learn when standards are high and results are measured." --George W. Bush, on the No Child Left Behind Act, Washington, D.C., Sept. 26, 2007 (Watch video clip)
Lawyers: Cameraman Held At Gitmo Ill Guardian Unlimited
"I don't want to be invited to the family hunting party." --Sen. Barack Obama, on revelations that he and Dick Cheney are eighth cousins
Cheney Sisters Tell Tales From the Campaign Trail The Student Life, CA
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This undated artist rendering provided by the National Geographic Society shows the hadrosaur, nicknamed Dakota, as scientists believe it would have looked, based on their analysis of the fossil evidence so far. One of the most complete dinosaur mummies ever found is revealing secrets locked away for millions of years, bringing researchers as close as they will ever get to touching a live dinosaur. Photo/National Geographic Society