• Recent good news, including the killing of Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi and the non-indictment of Karl Rove, may lift President Bush's poll numbers, allowing the White House and the GOP to get off the defensive. [WP; WP]

  • Democrats pick Vietnam War veteran and former Reagan Navy Secretary James Webb to run against Sen. George Allen (R-VA). [WP; WP; NYT]

  • At the Take Back America conference, liberal activists boo and hiss at Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-NY), after she reiterates her opposition to a timetable for Iraq withdrawal. Sen. John Kerry (D-MA) denounces the war, to cheers and applause. [WP]

  • Rep. Patrick Kennedy (D-RI) pleads guilty to driving under the influence of prescription medication, gets a year of probation. [WP; NYT]

  • Rep. Alan Mollohan (D-WV), currently under federal investigation, acknowledges numerous mistakes in his financial disclosure forms. [WP; NYT]

  • Fraudulent claims for Hurricane Katrina and Rita assistance may total as much as $1.4 billion; FEMA paid for "season football tickets, a tropical vacation and even a divorce lawyer." [WP; NYT; USAT]

  • Tropical Storm Alberto weakens before making landfall, failing to reach hurricane strength; "a splash in the panhandle." [WP; NYT; USAT]

  • Core consumer prices rose against last month, making another rate hike from the Fed likely. [WSJ]

  • Family of Guantanamo prisoner questions whether he committed suicide. [WP]

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