• Bush, "in an unusual admission," says he regrets using the phrases "bring it on" and "dead or alive"; joint press conference with Blair has "contrite tone" because "both leaders have reached the lowest point of their careers." [WP, WP, NYT, NYT]

  • Bush orders documents seized in raid of Rep. William Jefferson's office to be sealed for 45 days. [WP, NYT, W$J, LAT, USAT]

  • Senate approves immigration legislation by vote of 62 to 36 but the next steps are "enormously difficult." [WP, NYT, W$J, LAT, USAT]

  • John Snow has told the White House he is resigning; Don Evans and Carlos Gutierrez are among those mentioned as replacements. [WP, NYT, W$J]

  • Military investigation reportedly concludes that a group of marines "carried out extensive, unprovoked killings of civilians" in Iraq. [NYT]

  • ABC News stands by its story about Speaker Hastert. Reporter Brian Ross: "There may be a semantics issue here as to what constitutes being under investigation." [WP]

  • Drilling in ANWR is approved by the House for the 12th time. [WP, NYT]

  • Battle over immigration legislation will determine "what strain of conservatism the Republican Party carries into the midterm elections and beyond." [NYT]

  • Critics say the Senate's immigration legislation is filled with "hidden traps" that curtail rights. [WP]

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