Bush nominates White House counsel Harriet Miers to replace Sandra Day O'Connor. [CNN, AP]


Fitzgerald may seek criminal conspiracy charge from leak investigation. "Scooter" Libby discussed Valerie Plame with at least two reporters but maintains he did not say her name or unveil her covert status; testimony of Libby and Karl Rove appears to contradict early White House statements. [WP]

Tom DeLay: "I think it will be over and be over very, very soon, and I think I will go back and be majority leader." Christopher Shays (R-Conn.): "We got elected basically by saying we would live by a higher moral standard, and I don't think recently we have." [LAT, USAT, WP, WT]

Majority of governors want states, not the Pentagon, to oversee responses to national disasters. [USAT]

Gen. John P. Abizaid is "certainly confident" about Iraq, says security is "very much on track." [WP]

DeLay "changed how power is amassed and used on Capitol Hill and well beyond." [WP]

West Wing thermostats set to 72 degrees; bicycle racks may be added to White House. [NYT]

Democrats want to diversify calendar of early primary states. [USAT]

Armstrong Williams tries to return some of his fees to the Department of Education. [USAT]

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