- Making News: President Bush Takes Responsibility for Katrina Response
President Bush appeared at the White House today with Iraq's President Talabani, but the first question was about the federal response to Katrina. Should Americans be worried about the government's ability to handle another terrorist attack? President Bush took "full responsibility" for federal failures to respond to Katrina and vowed to find out just went wrong. Linda Feldmann covers the White House for the Christian Science Monitor.
- Reporter's Notebook: Supreme Court Nominee Roberts Grilled on Abortion Ruling
After yesterday's speeches by Senators of both parties, Judge John Roberts faced some tough questions today as the Senate Judiciary Committee resumed hearings on his nomination to be Chief Justice of the United States. Roe v. Wade and the Right to Privacy were just one of the hot-button issues facing President Bush's choice to be the 17th Chief Justice. Stephen Henderson is Supreme Court reporter for Knight-Ridder newspapers.
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