* Top White House staffers are "physically and emotionally exhausted, battered by scandal and drained by political setbacks," say "insiders." [WP]


* Bush has come to embrace globalization and interconnectedness. Close aide: "We're seeing it in everything. Iraq. The ferocity of an irrational argument over the ports. Guest workers. China and India." [NYT]

* Sen. Feingold (D-Wis.) calls for censure of Bush: "The president has broken the law, and, in some way, he must be held accountable." [NYT, LAT]

* Most Republican presidential contenders agree that federal spending should be reduced and an optimistic tone should be presented. [NYT, USAT, LAT]

* Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf insisted that Bush stay the night, and he obeyed despite security concerns. [NYT]

* Texas pharmacists complain to Karl Rove about the shortcomings of the new Medicare plan. [NYT]

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