Daily Briefing: I'm Unaware of the Case

We Have To Believe You Your The Boss Bush holds press conference to sharpen inaugural message: "[I]t sets a bold new goal for the future. And I believe this country is best when it heads toward an ideal world." Bush also promotes voting in interview with Arab TV outlet. [WP, NYT, WSJ, NYT, USAT, WT]

Rice confirmed, 85-13; Gonzales sent to vote after all 8 Democrats on the Judiciary Committee vote against him. Secretaries of Veteran's Affairs and HHS also approved. [WP, NYT, NYT, WSJ, LAT, LAT]

Copter crash in Iraq marks deadliest day for U.S. military; 37 Americans killed; total toll tops 1,400. Bush: "The story today is going to be very discouraging to the American people." [NYT, USAT]

Bush denounces promotional contracts with political commentators: "Our agenda ought to be able to stand on its own two feet." Administration spent $88m on contracts with p.r. firms in 2004. [WP, NYT, USAT]

Sensenbrenner (R-Wis.) introduces tough legislation to control immigration, a divisive issue for Republicans. [LAT, NYT, WT]

Bush meets with Congressional Black Caucus. [NYT, WT]

Bush stumped by question about jailed Jordanian: "I'm unaware of the case." [WP]

With Senate rewriting pollution law in spring, U.S. at "pivotal moment" for environmental regulations; Blair, meanwhile, urges action on global warming. [WP, WP, NYT]

Bush's proposals to curb global nuclear proliferation meet resistance; effort now in Rice's hands. [WSJ]

Feith quits to spend time with family. [WP, NYT]

Republicans mull reorganizing budget process. [WSJ]

Administration proposes new civil service system at DHS. [WP]

Mehlman, Cahill reunite at Texas A&M discussion. [NYT]

Sales of "The Case for Democracy" by Natan Sharansky quadruple after praise from Bush. [WSJ]

[REUTERS/Larry Downing]


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