• White House, in effort to win over critics, makes the "highly unorthodox move" of nominating Gen. Michael Hayden to head the CIA while announcing his new deputy. [WP, NYT, USAT]

  • John Negroponte says Hayden is "independent-minded." [WP]

  • Former aide to Rep. Robert Ney (R-Ohio) pleads guilty to "conspiring to corruptly influence Ney's official actions by showering him with gifts and trips." [WP, NYT]

  • Sensing "historic opportunity," Democratic intellectuals and analysts argue over the best strategy forward. [NYT]

  • American Bar Association downgrades rating of Bush judicial nominee Brett Kavanaugh; Senate Judiciary Committee holds unusual second hearing today. [NYT, USAT]

  • CIA official resigns amid accusations of unethical behavior. [WP]

  • What will the Bushes do about Katherine Harris? [NYT]

  • Media blitz thrusts Mary Cheney in the limelight to promote her new memoir. [WP]

  • Senate votes down limits on malpractice awards. [NYT]


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