Daily Briefing: Bush's Magic Wand

Senate on "brink of a constitutional confrontation" over filibusters. Reid: "Negotiations are over. It'll have to be decided on the Senate floor." [WP, NYT, USAT, WSJ]

McClellan says "journalistic standard" was not met in Newsweek report about soldiers disrespecting the Koran. [NYT, USAT, WT]

Isikoff: "The Pentagon saw the item before it ran, and then they didn't move us off it for 11 days afterward. They were as caught off guard by the furor as we were. We obviously blame ourselves for not understanding the potential ramifications." [NYT]

Administration prepared to reform fuel-economy regulations. Bush: "I wish I could just wave a magic wand and lower the price at the pump. I'd do that." [WSJ, NYT, USAT, WT, LAT]

Republicans use term "Constitutional option" instead of "nuclear option." [WP]

Prospect of showdown rallies troops on both sides. [WP, LAT]

Conservatives torn over immigration; McCain produces controversial bill. [WSJ]


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