• Delayed discovery of three detainee suicides at Guantanamo Bay raises questions concerning whether regulations for supervision of prisoners were followed. Army general compares the suicides to the 9/11 attacks. [NYT; WP]

  • Race between House immigration hawk J.D. Hayworth (R-AZ) and Democratic challenger Harry Mitchell is shaping up as a referendum on immigration policy. [WP]

  • Immigration issue also complicates Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's re-election bid in California. [WSJ]

  • Iran offers initial reaction to Western nuclear proposal; deems some parts acceptable, but offers no specifics. [WP]

  • Democrats' chances of scoring wins in governors' races may be slipping. [USAT]

  • Prominent Democrats schmooze with bloggers at Yearly Kos, reflecting growing clout of netroots. [Time; LAT]

  • Deputy national security adviser Meghan L. O'Sullivan plays key role in shaping President Bush's views on Iraq. [NYT]

  • G-8 nations express concern over debt burdens of developing nations. [WSJ]

  • States use new freedom from federal Medicaid rules to reshape the program so that it looks more like private insurance. [WP]

  • Justice Department study reports that Arab-Americans fear racial profiling and immigration enforcement more than hate crimes. [NYT]

  • Four Democrats in Congress issue statement defending indicted law firm known for plaintiffs' class action lawsuits. [NYT]
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