Daily Briefing: Terrorizing Edition

Republicans wavering on Social Security overhaul. Frist: "If we can't get some Democrat support, I do fail." [WP, NYT, USAT, WSJ, LAT]

State Department stuffs data that shows tripling of terrorist incidents. [WP]

White House steps up fight for Bolton as Senate Foreign Relations Committee expands inquiry. [NYT, NYT, WP]

Bush supports DeLay "as strongly as he ever has," says McClellan. [WP, USAT, LAT]

Hastert, under pressure, will admit mistake and House Republicans will backtrack on rule change for ethics committee; all five Republican members are financially linked to DeLay. [WP, LAT, NYT, USAT]

Republicans reject Democrats' compromise on judicial nominees. [WP, NYT, USAT, LAT]

White House may block Frist's desire to ban filibusters; concerns about Supreme Court justices. [WSK]

Republicans mull budget with $40b in cuts over five years. [WSJ]

HarperCollins to publish Reagan's handwritten diaries. [WP]

Cardin will run for Maryland Senate seat. [WP]

Pataki on 2008: "I'm not ruling it out." [NYT]


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