Daily Briefing: Dr. Robert

  • Israel promises no cease-fire in the coming days, renews air and ground war against Lebanon and Hezbollah. The 48-hour suspension of air attacks lasted 12. U.N. talks are stalling. [WP, WP, NYT]

  • As Israel continues to insist on a campaign that will last weeks more, the US is beginning to diverge, increasingly looking for a way to end the violence, if even temporarily. [WSJ]

  • Fidel Castro: Not dead, but suffering gastrointestinal bleeding. His brother Raoul is in charge of Cuba for the time being. [AP]

  • 12 Congressional Democrats sent a letter to President Bush demanding a "new direction" in Iraq. Though it lacked a bit for specifics, it was still very forceful. [NYT, WP]

  • The FDA may endorse sale of the morning-after pill without a prescription, to women aged 18 or older. [NYT]

  • U.S. Surgeon General Richard H. Carmona is retiring. [WP]

  • Nearly all the evidence presented in the Zacarias Moussaoui trial has been put online. [WP]

  • Scooter Libby's lawyers have asked to present the testimony of a memory expert, who will demonstrate that it is not Mr. Libby's fault when he gets caught making false statements. [NYT]

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