• House engages in long, heated, partisan debate over the Iraq War. Resolution pledging to "complete the mission" in Iraq and opposing "an arbitrary date for the withdrawal or redeployment" of U.S. troops will be voted on today. [WP; NYT; WSJ]

  • Supreme Court holds that evidence gathered by the police through illegal "no knock" searches may be used in court. Divided court's 5-4 ruling may reflect rightward move since Sandra Day O'Connor's replacement by Samuel Alito. [NYT; WP]

  • House Democrats vote 99-58 in favor of removing William Jefferson (D-LA) from the Ways and Means Committee. [WP; NYT]

  • Bush signs the Broadcast Decency Enforcement Act, sharply increasing the penalties for broadcast indecency, and an emergency spending bill, providing for war financing and hurricane relief. [WP; NYT]

  • Political parties focus on the suburbs and exurbs as the midterm elections approach. [NYT]

  • Problems with Medicare prescription-drug benefit persist. [USAT]

  • Pet projects continue to loom large in the military procurement process. [WSJ]

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