* Attention focuses on the future of Rove, Card; outside names are floated as possible additions to the White House senior staff. [NYT]


* Supreme Court clarifies police powers to enter private homes; both partners must agree to search unless warrant is presented. The case shows "the strains behind the surface placidity and collegiality of the young Roberts court." [WP, NYT, USAT]

* Today makes Bush the "longest-sitting president since Thomas Jefferson not to exercise his veto." [USAT, USAT]

* Iraq war veteran edges out victory in Cook County, Illinois congressional race; results delayed due to problems with electronic voting machines. [WP]

* DeLay's attorneys ask judges to make quick decisions to avoid interference with the midterm election. [WP, USAT]

* Former Rep. Randy Cunningham's bribed goods will be auctioned today. [WP]

* Democratic comeback strategies hit the bookshelves. [WSJ]

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