Daily News For Sept 21, 2005

Foreign

Iran May Be As Little As Six Months Away From Completing The Know-How To Build A Nuclear Bomb, Israeli Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom Said On Monday

Iran Blamed As Militias Step Up Basra Violence

Karzai Wants End To U.S.-Led Operations

9 American Soldiers, Security Agents Killed In Iraq Attacks

Domestic

A Suspected Terrorist Accused Of Conspiring To Assassinate President Bush Said He Proposed The Plot But It Wasn’t Pursued, And He Was Frustrated That Other Members Of His Al-Qaida Cell Lacked Initiative, According To Prosecutors

House GOP Scraps Plan for Joint Probe on Hurricane Response (Free LA Times Reg Req)

Bush Official Arrested in Corruption Probe (Free WAPO Reg Req)

Katrina’s Cost May Test GOP Harmony (Free WAPO Reg Req)

The FBI Is Joining The Bush Administration’s War On Porn. And It’s Looking For A Few Good Agents. (Free Reg Req)

FEMA Sends Trucks Full Of Ice For Katrina Victims To Maine

New York Times Cutting 500 Jobs

Famous Nazi Hunter Simon Wiesenthal Passes Away (Rest In Peace)

The Approval Ratings For Governors In All 50 States

Columnists

David Limbaugh: New Orleans And Race — Revisited

Ron Paul: Deficit Spending For Katrina

The Rocky Mountain News: Finally, Alarm Over Spending

Mike Adams: A Hippie On Sugar Mountain

Left-Overs

China Names Condom for Bill Clinton

‘Ugly’ Woman Sues TV Show In Death Of Sister (This Is Brutal)

3 Busted For Theft After Ringleader Posts ‘Job’ Opening On Online Site

Website Of The Day: Never Pay Retail For The New York Times

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