• Senate passes $109B in emergency spending by vote of 77 to 21; bill is rifled with earmarks that Bush threatened to veto. [WP, NYT, WSJ]

  • House approves $7.4B for port security by vote of 421 to 2. [WP]

  • Rumsfeld confronted by harsh criticism from audience members. Asked a former CIA analyst, "Why did you lie to get us into a war that caused these kind of casualties and was not necessary?" [AP]

  • Administration increases rhetorical push for "democratic reform in Russia"; Cheney's comments could "reflect a growing impatience with Russia's unwillingness to back stronger measures, including sanctions, against the Iranians." [WP, NYT, WSJ]

  • Republicans "are struggling to marry a newfound zeal for energy conservation with their traditional loyalty to big cars and Big Oil." [NYT]

  • The proposed $100 gas rebate "offers a window on how Washington sometimes works in a slapdash way" and shows how Sen. Frist "has stumbled at the pinnacle of Senate power." Sen. Thune: "I never was in favor of that. We all got out there and tried to put our best face on it." [NYT]

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