Daily Briefing: 'What's Going On Here?'

Frist on board to ban filibusters; failure would damage '08 prospects. Thune: "I think it's going to happen." Charlie Cook: "I think the guy's in a real jam." [WP, USAT]


Bush dissatisfied with new passport requirement for border crossings: "What's going on here?" [WP, NYT, WT, USAT]

Bush, Rove stand by DeLay; he's no Lott. Strategist: "They need DeLay, and they particularly need him on Social Security." [NYT]

Dean's first major interview as DNC chair: "We need to respect voters in red states who want to vote for us, but we make it hard for them by not listening to what they have to say." [USAT, USAT]

Frist participates in Christian telecast that calls Democrats "against people of faith" for blocking Bush's nominees. [NYT]

Bush will sign bankruptcy bill; passes in House, 302 to 126. [WP, NYT, LAT]

Bolton accused of firing officials "he perceived as impeding his policy goals." [WP]

Ten former GOP lawmakers declare changes to House ethics rules an "obvious action to protect" DeLay; Democrats will not convene committee under circumstances. [NYT, WT]

Social Security tour: "What happens on Day 61?" [WSJ]

Negroponte nomination sent to Senate for vote. [WP]

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