• FBI receives complaints from both sides of the aisle for raid on Rep. William Jefferson's (D-La.) office. [WP]

  • Democrats, after pointing fingers at Republicans, face a corruption scandal in their own ranks with Rep. Jefferson. [NYT, LAT]

  • AT&T allowed the NSA to view "every individual message" on its internet, lawsuit claims. [WSJ]

  • Immigration overhaul is expected to be approved by the Senate this week; Speaker Hastert may override. [WP, WSJ]

  • Many Republican candidates are keeping their distance from Bush. [WSJ]

  • Bush describes Iraq at a "turning point": "The terrorists are now fighting a free and constitutional government. They're at war with the people of Iraq." [WP]

  • Democrats are concerned that voters would be "concerned or distracted" by Bill Clinton if Hillary runs for president; "he has told friends that his No. 1 priority is not to cause her any trouble" and "they appear in the public spotlight methodically and carefully." [NYT]

  • Supreme Court decides that police may enter homes without a warrant "to break up a fight in which injuries have occurred or are foreseeable." [NYT]

  • Bush and new Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert have "getting-to-know-you meeting" today. [USAT]

  • Condoleezza Rice is protested at Boston College commencement. [NYT]

  • Immigration debate shaped by failures of 1986 legislation. [NYT]

  • Both parties cite Medicare as a selling point -- and both stretch the facts. [NYT]


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