Daily News For August 30, 2005

Domestic

Katrina Floods Gulf States, Killing 55

“The City Of New Orleans Is In A State Of Devastation. We Probably Have 80 Percent Of Our City Underwater. With Some Sections Of Our City, The Water Is As Deep As 20 Feet”

Insurers Estimate Damage At $9 Billion, Among Costliest U.S. Storms On Record (Free NYT Reg Req)

Gov. Bush Warns Residents Of Hurricane Katrina Related Gas Shortages

Sharpton’s Car Evades Police for 9 Miles

Virginia Gov. Mark R. Warner (D) Plans To Announce Tuesday That He Will Not Challenge Sen. George Allen (R-Va.) Next Year (Free Wapo Reg Req)

Pennsylvania: Illegal Alien Murders Three

Foreign

Iraqis Finish Draft Charter That Sunnis Vow to Defeat (Free WAPO Reg Req)

The Final Draft Of The Iraqi Constitution (Free NYT Reg Req)

Russia’s Foreign Ministry Regrets U.S. Senators’ Plane Delay

Scientist: Brazil Nearly Built Atom Bomb In 1990

A Lawyer Trying To Collect A $116 Million Terrorism Judgment Against The Palestinian Authority Has Obtained A Court-Ordered Freeze On All Its US-Based Assets

Rumsfeld: U.S. Won’t Lose In Iraq

An Iraqi Army Unit Ready To Control Its Turf

Columns

John Fund: America Is A Laggard In The Tax-Reform Revolution

James K. Glassman: Raising CAFE Standards Won’t Save Fuel

Lorie Byrd: It’s Time To Set The Record Straight

Sher Zieve: NAACP To Fight For Democrat Dead Vote?

Left-Overs

Iraqi Reality TV Show Could be Called ‘This Bombed House’

Should Men Want To Watch Their Wives Give Birth?

Gillian Anderson: “There Is No Freedom Of Speech In America Anymore. They Are Not Living Up To The Constitution. There’s So Much Fear In America And Control.”

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