* Ben Bradlee says Richard Armitage probably revealed Valerie Plame's identity to Bob Woodward. [NYT]


* Sen. Feingold's call for a censure of Bush has caused a "fierce debate on Capitol Hill that is likely to persist throughout the congressional campaign season." [WP]

* Fellow Democratic senators refuse to comment on censure resolution; Sens. Clinton and Kerry deflect inquires. [WP]

* Rumsfeld suggests that troop levels in Iraq could temporarily increase to coincide with religious pilgrimage. [NYT]

* Senate Judiciary Committee takes testimony from executives of top oil corporations, this time under oath. [WP, NYT, W$J]

* Bush, on brief tour to tout Medicare, says drug plan is "a good deal" and "makes a lot of sense." [WP, NYT]

* FBI photographed Pittsburgh antiwar group in 2002. [WP]

* House Republicans support temporary restrictions on lobbying. [NYT]

* Senate Republicans reject new budget rule that would have made fiscal changes harder to pass. [NYT]

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