Daily News For November 8, 2005

Foreign

Rioting Spreads To 300 Towns In France

10 Officers Shot As Riots Worsen In French Cities (Free NYT Reg Req)

France Imposes Curfews As Rioting Spreads

Australia Foils Terrorist Attack

U.S. And Iraqi Troops Battle Insurgents

Domestic

Bush Declares: ‘We Do Not Torture’

Senators Defend Bush On Torture Ban

Cheney Fights for Detainee Policy (Free WAPO Reg Req)

Fitzgerald Will Have A Very Tough Time Making A Case Against Libby In Court (Free WAPO Reg Req)

GOP Closer To Breaking Up Left-Leaning 9th Circuit Appeals Court

All Saints Episcopal Church In Pasadena Risks Losing Its Tax-Exempt Status Because Of A Former Rector’s Remarks In 2004 (Free LA Times Reg)

Average Weekday Circulation At U.S. Newspapers Fell 2.6 Percent In The Six Month-Period Ending In September

Columns

Hugh Hewitt: Alito’s Nomination Should Remind Immigrants That The American Dream Still Exists

Patrick J. Buchanan: Paris Burning — How Empires End

Mark Steyn: Early Skirmish In The Eurabian Civil War

David Horowitz and Ben Johnson: The Wrong Argument, at the Wrong Place, at the Wrong Time

Left-Overs

Music-Swapping Site Grokster To Shut Down Under Settlement

Ship Blasted Pirates With Sonic Weapon

Video: 30 Hornets Vs. 30,000 Honeybees

Humor: The Winners Of The Maureen Dowd Caption Contest

Humor: Future Fast-Food Managers Roar Against the War

Website Of The Day: Dr. Helen

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