Today's Highlights

War Drags the Dollar Down: Ann Berg
The Exaggerated Terror Threat: Horton/Mueller
Desperately Seeking a Leader: Nebojsa Malic
Bloggers vs. the Lobby: Scott McConnell
Spinning the Surge: Justin Logan

 David Corn

Hubris: Republican Crimes, Lies and Hypocrisy

 Charley Richardson and Nancy Lessin

Military Families Speak Out: Support the Troops, End This War Now!

 Lou DuBose

Vice: Dick Cheney and the Hijacking of the American Presidency

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Updated March 15, 2007 - 9:08 PM EDT
Senate Rejects Iraq Withdrawal Measure
  House Panel Sets 2008 Troop Pullout From Iraq
  Poll: Support for Regime Change Falls to 15 Percent in US
  Clinton Sees Some Troops Staying in Iraq if She Is Elected
Attacks in Iraq Hit All-Time High
  Iraqi Shi'ite Leader Wants Govt Say in US Security Operations
  Soldier Testifies Commander Ordered Him to Kill Iraqi Detainees

Thursday: 6 GIs, 83 Iraqis Killed; 82 Iraqis Injured

World Powers Agree on New Iran Sanctions
  Report: Iran Army Loses Touch With Senior Officer Based in Iraq
  US Military Says Sadr Remains in Iran
E-Mails Show Rove Role on Prosecutors’ Future
  GOP Senator Says Gonzales Should Be Fired
Officials: Mohammed Exaggerated Claims
  List of Attacks Confessed to by KSM to Military 'Tribunal'
  Transcript of Khalid Sheikh Muhammed Testimony
  US Allies in Africa May Have Engaged in Secret Renditions
Reason for Optimism: Bloggers vs. the Lobby  by Scott McConnell
The Exaggerated Terror Threat
Scott Horton interviews John Mueller
How One Senator Could End the War  by John Walsh
War Drags the Dollar Down  by Ann Berg
Spinning the Surge  by Justin Logan
Pelosi's Disastrous Misstep on Iran
by John Nichols

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Iraq Occupation
US Deploys More Troops to Insurgent Haven in Iraq
British Soldiers Cleared in Death of Iraqi Detainee
Romania Set to Reduce Iraq Troops by 100
Gonzales on the Hot Seat
Firings Furor Puts Gonzales on Hot Seat
Gonzales’s Critics See Lasting, Improper Ties to White House
Statements on Firings of Prosecutors Are Key Issue
Despite 'Mistakes,' Bush Backs Gonzales
The War at Home
Masses to March on Both Sides of War
Fitzgerald Not Talking About CIA Leak
Media Fight Request to Close Parts of Israel Lobbyists' Trial
45,000-Member Evangelical Group Breaks Ranks With Bush Administration on Torture
Hillary, Obama Woo Voters at AIPAC With Anti-Iran Speeches
Pelosi Stand on War in Iraq Bothers Israel Lobby but She Insists US Commitment is Unshakable
Immigration Groups Tap Into War Debate
US Vetting Iraqi Refugees for Resettlement
Protesting the War
Stop Funding the War: Protest at Pelosi's Office March 19
War Protesters Target Lawmakers Offices
Nationwide Events for 4th Anniversary of Invasion of Iraq
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US Military
Hearing Delayed in Haditha Case
Sharp Drop in Gays Discharged From Military Tied to War Need
Soldiers Detail Walter Reed Problems
Maryland Naval Hospital Staff Reports 'Fatigue'
Tough Times Ahead for Rumsfeld Program
Gen. Petraeus Linked to High-Profile Suicide in Iraq
'War on Terror'
US Sees No Strong al-Qaeda Link With Home-Grown Groups
Study Examines Terror Risks on Waterways
Battles of Britain
Rebellion Fails to Halt UK Trident Replacement
New Resignation in Trident Storm
UK: Putting Ex-Spy on Trial 'Would Endanger National Security'
NATO Sends Reserve Force to Kosovo
Kosovo Premier: Independence Recommended
US Missile Chief Heckled by Ukraine Protesters
Georgia: Evidence of Copter Attack Cited
Basque Issue Brings Spanish PM Weekends of Protest
Kidnapped in East Africa
War of Words Over Ethiopian Kidnap Victims
Ethiopia: 5 Kidnapped Europeans Freed
Tsvangirai Tries to Inspire Opposition With His Injuries
Mugabe Warns Zimbabwe Opposition of 'Heavy Price'
Crackdown Comes With a Rift in Mugabe's Party
US Weighs New Zimbabwe Sanctions After Crackdown
Iranian Bank Note Stirs Chain Reaction
Olmert: Israel Not 'Enthusiastic' About Attacking Iran
Iranian Envoy Says Iranians Held in Iraq May Soon Be Freed
Iranian Blogger Freed and Reporting Once Again
Solana Says EU Supports Syrian Desire to Regain Golan Heights
Israeli MP Condemns EU Call to Return Golan, Former FM Declares 'Diplomatic Collapse'
Syria Denies Link to Group Accused of Lebanon Bombs
Syria Wants to Rebuild Iraq Pipeline
Hamas, Fatah to Present Unity Government
Palestinians OK Key Government Post
32 Percent of West Bank Settlement Land Is Listed as Palestinian Owned
Hunt Continues for Gaza Reporter
Israeli Panel on Lebanon War Lays Onus With Top Officials
Israeli Media Anticipates Olmert Ouster After Report on War
Olmert Faces Fallout From Lebanon Report
Arab Summit to Renew Peace Offer to Israel
Israel Shows Interest in Old Peace Plan
Peretz Tells UN: Lebanon Cease-Fire Still Not Fully Implemented
Lebanon Links Islamists to Bus Attacks
Jordan: Bush Assassination Suspects Plead Innocent
North Korea
North Korea Demands May Delay Reactor Shutdown

ElBaradei: North Korea Visit 'Cleared the Air'

US Ends Bank Probe; Possible Step Toward North Korean Reactor Closure
Bombings Raise Fears of New Effort by Taliban
Italian Journalist Taken Hostage in Afghanistan Appears in Video and Appeals to Prodi
An Explosion and a Bomb Kill at Least 11 in Afghanistan
Australian Helicopter Narrowly Avoids Attack in Afghanistan
Pakistanis Fall Out of Love With Musharraf
Ire Grows in Pakistan Over Judge's Removal
US General Slams Musharraf 'Policy Failure'
Police Arrest Two Suspects in India-Pakistan Train Bombing
Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka Warplanes Pound Rebel Targets
Fighting Closes Sri Lanka Schools
Europe Itching to Lift China Arms Ban
China Tightening Crackdown on Activists
Nobel Winner's Entry Into Bangladeshi Politics Stirs Debate
Chiquita to Pay $25m in Terror Case
Rebels Abduct Nine Geologists in Colombia
Violence Overshadows Bush’s Latin America Tour
Bush Leaves Mexico With Optimism, but No Agreements
Italy Convicts Argentines in '70s Deaths
US Will Impose New Financial Sanctions on Sudan
US Judge Rules Against Sudan in Bombing
In Darfur, Gritted Teeth Behind Smiles
UN Puts Number of Darfur Displaced at Two Million
Somali PM Asks for $42 Million to Secure Capital Ahead of April Reconciliation Talks
A Dead Swindler Holds Sway Over South Africa
Uganda Rebels To Rejoin Talks
Bomb Kills Two Algerians

Justin Raimondo
Pelosi's Betrayal

Nebojsa Malic
Desperately Seeking a Leader

Charles Peńa
Reducing the Risk of Nukes

Ivan Eland
China Returns Fire on US Human Rights Abuses

Doug Bandow
Why are We Still in Korea?

Philip Giraldi
Clueless in Gaza

David R. Henderson
How Much Is the War on Iraq Costing You?

Alan Bock
Breaking the Presidential Pattern

Ran HaCohen
How to Live With Hunger

Praful Bidwai
From Horror, an Opportunity for Peace

Sascha Matuszak
From China to Cairo

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