Daily Briefing: Biggest 'Fro

Supreme Court rules federal government can ban medical marijuana use. [WP, NYT, USAT, WSJ]

Vote on Justice Janice Rogers Brown could come today. [NYT, LAT, WT]

Frist, Reid prepare to vote on four judicial nominees. Dodd says Democrats will vote on Bolton if access is provided to additional information: "The White House has given us an absolute big stop sign, and I don't think that's the way we should do things." [USAT, NYT, WSJ]

Janice Rogers Brown used to be known for having "the biggest 'fro there was" and espousing Maoist views. Brown: "I don't in any sense ignore or minimize the fact that I am a black woman and that has formed my life experience. I know who I am." [LAT]

Blair likely to be disappointed after pressing Bush on poverty in Africa and global warming. [NYT]

North Korea open to negotiations over nuclear weapons. [WP]

9/11 Commission members criticize inertia of FBI. [WSJ, USAT]

Hillary swipes administration: "There has never been an administration, I don't believe in our history, more intent upon consolidating and abusing power to further their own agenda." [NYT]

Proposal would give CIA control over all overseas intelligence activities. [WP]

Senate panel starts debate on new envoy to Iraq. [WSJ]

Contrary to Drudge's assertion, Edward Klein's book on Hillary won't "sink" her candidacy. [WP]


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