In 1985, Alito "wrote that 'the Constitution does not protect a right to an abortion,' declared his firm opposition to certain affirmative action programs, and strongly endorsed a government role in 'protecting traditional values.'" [WP, NYT, LAT, WT, USAT]


Graham (R-S.C.) and Levin (D-Mich.) achieve passable compromise on treatment of detainees; McCain's amendment will likely be included. [WP]

Frist (R-Tenn.) and Warner (R-VA) want increased accountability of the administration's Iraq policy; proposal calls for quarterly updates. [NYT, WT]

GAO finds political manipulation of the FDA's decision on the morning-after pill. [WP, NYT, LAT, WT]

Bush continually shadowed by questions about pre-war intelligence. [NYT]

Approval of Bush slips to 37% in USAT/Gallup poll, a new low; Republicans losing faith in the president. [USAT]

Rice delays departure from Israel, citing "progress" in talks between Israel and Palestine. [WP]

Bush heads to Asia seeking to influence the region and escape domestic woes; says Democrats are "playing politics" by criticizing the war. [WP, LAT]

Supreme Court to hear case about prisoners' rights that Alito dissented. [WP, LAT]

Dow Jones is fighting Patrick Fitzgerald for access to government materials in the Libby case. [WP]

Sept. 11 commissioners criticize the lack of progress against in combating terror. [NYT]

HIllary Clinton avoids controversy on trip to Israel. [NYT]

DeLay wants his trial in early December. [WP]

Director of CBO is resigning. [NYT]

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