Second Time magazine reporter is called to testify in leak investigation. [NYT, WSJ]


Time table for withdrawal from Iraq seems dependent on next month's Iraqi election and next year's midterm election. Former administration aide: "We've moved from 'if' to 'how fast.'" [NYT]

Rep. Tim Murphy (R-PA) and Rep. Ike Skelton (D-MO) are injured when their vehicle overturns in Iraq. [NYT]

Advocacy groups target swing senators in fight over Alito's confirmation. [WP]

Alito has convinced most senators to support him -- "an unusual political feat." [USAT]

The Washington Post's special relationship with Bob Woodward "has sparked some resentment among the staff," writes Howard Kurtz; criticism of star journalist is spreading. [WP]

Bush visits Arizona today for speech on illegal immigration that is designed to reassure his conservative base. [WT, WSJ]

Medicaid cuts prove divisive for Democrats. [WP]

Lobbying arms of big business are winning concessions in their fight against the Patriot Act. [WSJ]

Sen. John Warner (R-VA) suggests Bush holds "fireside chats" on the Iraq war. [WT, LAT]

Democrats are running eight veterans of Operation Iraqi Freedom in '06. [Newsweek]

Changes to Social Security are likely to affect 55-plus demographic. [USAT]

Rep. Dennis Hastert rejects Sen. John Kerry's characterization of his views on Rep. John Murtha. [NYT, WT]

Valerie Plame is ready to retire next week. [WP]

Steve Schmidt has his hands busy overseeing media relations for Cheney and Alito. [NYT]

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