Daily Briefing: 'Constant Thorn of Those in Power'

Spurred by Voinovich, Senate Foreign Relations Committee pushes vote on Bolton back three weeks to dig deeper. Chafee: "The dynamic has changed. A lot of reservations surfaced today." [WP, NYT, LAT, LAT, USAT, WT]


Miller, Cooper lose in full federal appeals court; appeal to Supreme Court is only option left. [NYT]

Warner, Collins, Hagel, Smith, Specter undecided on nuclear option. [NYT]

Frist on filibuster: "There is no need for change in relation to legislative matters." [WP]

Bush says Lincoln represented "promise of America." [WP, NYT]

DeLay hits conservative talk radio. [WP, NYT]

Republicans split on drug importing. [WP]

Guest-worker and amnesty amendments fail in senate. [WT]

Bush to name Marine Gen. Peter Pace as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. [WP]

Rove: "Reporters now see their role less as discovering facts and fair-mindedly reporting the truth and more as being put on the earth to afflict the comfortable, to be a constant thorn of those in power, whether they are Republican or Democrat." [WP]

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