Daily News For October 16, 2006

Domestic

Hawaii Hit By Strong Quake

Hillary Clinton Apologizes To McCain After Her Adviser Says, “Team Clinton Thought McCain Was Doing The White House’s Dirty Work By Criticizing The Clintons And Ended Up “Looking Similar To The Way He Did On Those Captive Tapes From Hanoi, Where He Recited The Names Of His Crewmates.”

Duke Rape Suspects Speak Out

Democratic Reaction To The Death Of Former U.S. Rep. Gerry Studds, The Former Democratic Congressman Who Was Most Famous For Having Gay Sex With A 17 Year Old Page

Air America Falls Into Bankruptcy Before Election

For First Time, Unmarried Households Reign In U.S.

Foreign

Judge In Saddam Trial To Set Verdict Date On Monday

Israeli Police Are Recommending That The Country’s President, Moshe Katsav, Should Be Charged With Rape

British Airways Suspends An Employee For Wearing A Crucifix

Elections

In Final Weeks, G.O.P. Focuses on Best Bets In The Senate

White House Upbeat About GOP Prospects (Free WAPO Reg Req)

GOP Voters Have Extra Task To Win Tom Delay’s Old Seat

Poll For Foley’s Seat: Mahoney 48% Vs. Negron 41%

Columns

An Interview With Mark Steyn

Michael Barone: Don’t Expect A Political Realignment

Fred Barnes: How Bad Will It Be? The GOP Debacle To Come

Mark Foley: An Election Foley-Equipped With Frivolity

Police Find No Report Of A Foley Dorm Incident (Free Wapo Reg Req)

Left-Overs

500 Students Riot At California High School

Fox Fires Lyons For Supposedly Insensitive Comment

A Car You Can Drive On Land And Water

Website Of The Day: Tel-Chai Nation

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