• The Supreme Court upholds most of the GOP-designed redistricting plan for Texas, but strikes down the redrawing of one district as violating the Voting Rights Act. The Court's ruling may encourage more gerrymandering in the future. [NYT, LAT, WSJ, USAT, WP]

  • Former House majority leader Tom DeLay hails the Supreme Court's ruling as "a victory for the Constitution and a victory for the people of Texas"; but the criminal case against him remains unaffected. [WP]

  • Israeli forces continue attacks in Gaza and seize several Hamas leaders. Palestinian gunmen claim to have killed an Israeli settler. [WP, NYT]

  • As midterm elections approach, Bush takes the offensive against congressional Democrats and the news media, casting them as uncooperative in the war on terror. [WP, NYT]

  • Congressional efforts to revise telecommunications laws are being stymied by the issue of net neutrality. [WSJ]

  • Northeastern states struggle to cope with massive flooding that has triggered thousands of evacuations, several deaths, and extensive property damage. [WP, NYT]

  • Polling shows close division in public opinion concerning the state of the economy. [LAT]

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