Daily Briefing: Know When To Fold 'Em

  • Mark Warner gives up his presidential run. Why? Warner says, "I'm going to dodge those questions." [WP, NYT]

  • Republicans place North Korean nukes on the "Clinton's fault" list, Democrats mention last 6 years. [WSJ]

  • Panel questions capability of Iraqi leadership, will tell you the other things they question after the election. [WP]

  • Republicans won't "stay the course" with hopeless candidates, plan to "cut and run," redistribute funding to closer races. [WP]

  • Senate investigators release report re-confirming the Abramoff/non-profit payola brouhaha. [WP, NYT]

  • Bush stumps for Hastert in Illinois, refers to him as, "the future speaker of the House." [WP, NYT]

  • Proof nothing was learned from the '60s: ACLU is horrified to learn the Government monitors anti-war groups, sometimes calling them potential terrorist organizations. [NYT]

  • Muhammad Yunus, Bangladeshi economist who pioneered micro-credit loans, wins the Nobel peace price. Bono continues hanging out with President Bush for some reason. [WP]

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