• Senate vote on immigration legislation is set for today; Karl Rove "got a cold reception" from Republican lawmakers. [WP, NYT, LAT, USAT]

  • Legal analysts say FBI raid on Rep. William Jefferson's congressional office was probably legal; Reps. Hastert and Pelosi demand seized documents be returned. [WP, WP, NYT, LAT, USAT]

  • Cheney wanted to "get all the facts out," according to Lewis Libby's testimony; new filing indicates the vice president may be called to testify. [WP, NYT, LAT]

  • Speaker Hastert is "in the mix" of the FBI's investigation of congressional corruption, ABC News maintains despite denials from the Hill and the Justice Department. [ABC News]

  • Database of immigrants will need more than $1B in upgrades; labor, big business, and civil-liberties advocates oppose the plan. [WP]

  • Prosecutor says David Safavian, former procurement official, repeatedly "lied, concealed and misled" investigators about his dealings with Jack Abramoff. [WP, NYT]

  • Loss of unity among Republicans is fueled by worries about the election. [W$J]

  • Fiscal conservatives take on Republican leadership in attempt to reduce earmarks and pet projects. [NYT]

  • Bush: "Let's quit the debate about whether greenhouse gases are caused by mankind or by natural causes; let's just focus on technologies that deal with the issue. Nuclear power will help us deal with the issue of greenhouse gases." [NYT]

  • Bush appoints editor in chief of the American Enterprise magazine to be his top domestic policy advisor. [WP, NYT]

  • Robert Zoellick will resign as Rice's deputy, sources say. [NYT]

  • McCain returns donations to his PAC made by Texas businessmen under investigation. [WP]

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