A progress report on Iraq is expected to be issued today. Some news is expected to be good. Some news, not so good. Washington Post
There’s a meeting this afternoon at the White House to discuss a threat of a terror attack from al-Qaeda this summer. This story was reported on Tuesday night. Why wait at least two days to meet about it? ABC (video)
What the Homeland Security chief meant by his “gut feeling.” MSNBC (video)
A government report says Al-Qaeda is as strong as it was before 9/11. CNN
Is the media making too much of this threat? Was this story of a terror threat placed to divert attention from something else? What are your thoughts?
A former Surgeon General under Bush says politics trumped science when talking to the public about stem cells, sex education, and the health of prisoners. New York Times
After eight days and at least 106 dead, “the operation is over” at the Red Mosque in Islamabad. Guardian
What’s next for Musharraf? BBC
Jesus! The Vatican says Protestant and Orthodox faiths are “not proper churches.” In a statement that has the blessing of the Pope, the Vatican says it’s “difficult to see how the title of ‘Church’ could possibly be attributed to them” and Roman Catholicism is “the one true Church of Christ.” (London) Times
Remember UNMOVIC? The U.N. group that correctly
asserted Saddam didn’t have WMD? The U.S. and U.K. got it shutdown. Newsweek“A First Date”
has a different feel to it depending on which video-sharing site it comes from.
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