* In May 2003, Bush publicly hailed evidence of Iraq's WMD programs even though intelligence officials "possessed powerful evidence that it was not true." [WP]

* House Republicans worry harsh immigration legislation will backfire. Rep. Raul Grijalva (D-Ariz.): "There was political calculation that they could make this the wedge issue of 2006 and 2008, but it's not playing out that way. This has galvanized and energized the Latino community like no other issue I have seen in two decades, and that's going to have electoral consequences." [WP]

* Administration may hope to scare Iran with talk of military action. Professor: "I don't get a sense that people in the administration are champing at the bit to launch another war in the Persian Gulf." [NYT]

* Lawmakers complain National Intelligence Office is ineffective. [USAT]

* Sen. Kennedy splits from fellow Democrats on immigration; seeks bipartisan compromise. [NYT]

* Bush, promoting Medicare drug program, tells retired dairy farmer, "You got big hands." [NYT]

* Democrat Francine Busby expected to win Rep. Randy Cunningham's California House seat. [WP]

* Sen. Clinton develops mutually beneficial relationship with one of her largest corporate contributors. [NYT]


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