Daily Briefing: 'Audacious Objection'

Moscow sends "audacious objection" to Rice about Bush's plans to visit Latvia and Georgia; says senior administration official, "Rice doesn't scare worth a damn." [NYT, WT]

Democrats threaten to postpone vote on Bolton in order to gain more files; Larry Wilkerson, former chief of staff to Powell, will be interviewed today. [WP, NYT, LAT]

Recreation seen as primary purpose for DeLay's trip to Scotland; House rules say purpose must be information gathering; new details emerge about DeLay's involvement in Pacific island deals. [WSJ, LAT, NYT]

DeLay: "No matter what your faith, no matter what your political persuasion, your prayers for our increased humility, for our ever-humbler service to God and neighbor are needed and wanted." [WP, NYT]

Bush calls prayer "an important part of American public life." [WT]

Environmental initiatives to "bear the brunt" of budget cuts, according to Appropriations Committee. [WP]

Diversity of constituents tests unity of Black Caucus. [WT]

Clinton launches "Global Initiative" to rein in planet's problems. [WSJ]


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