Daily News For Jan 2, 2007

Foreign

New Year Bombs Shake Bangkok

Hundreds Hurt In New Year Revelry In Philippines

Anger Over Saddam Hanging Spills Into Streets

Iraqis See US Push Against Sadr’s Mehdi Army

Iraqi Authorities, Meanwhile, Reported Monday That 16,273 Iraqis — Including 14,298 Civilians, 1,348 Police And 627 Soldiers — Died Violent Deaths In 2006. (Free New York Times Reg Req)

Domestic

John Conyers (D-Mich.), The Incoming Chairman Of The Judiciary Committee, Accepts Responsibility For Possible Ethics Violations

A ‘Surge’ Faces Trouble In the Senate. Even In GOP, Few Back The President (Free WAPO Reg Req)

Democrats To Start Without GOP Input (Free WAPO Reg Req)

Bush Talks Tough on Earmarks

Journalists To Testify In The Scooter Libby Case

Columns

Gary Nelson: America’s First Female President? Done That

Mark Steyn: What We Need In New Year Is Some Resolution

Michael Medved: Shame On Demagogues Exploiting “North American Union”!

Lawrence Downes: Middle School Girls Gone Wild (Free New York Times Reg Req)

Mark Bowden: So, Saddam Is Dead…But The Way Of The World Remains Saddam’.

Left-Overs

Airline Employees Spot Mysterious Craft Hovering Over O’Hare; FAA Officials Skeptical

Pakistani Boy Hangs Himself ‘Like Saddam’

The Top 7 Most Anticipated Games Of 2007

Website Of The Day: Iowa Voice

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