- Making News: Terri Schiavo Dies
Terri Schiavo died this morning in Pinellas Park, Florida after the US Supreme Court resisted last-minute efforts to restore her feeding tube. President Bush, who supported federal intervention, called on all those who honor her to "build a culture of life." Warren Ritchie, who reports for the Christian Science Monitor, specializing in legal issues, says her legacy will linger in the courts and Congress as well as in personal lives.
- Reporter's Notebook: Report Says US Intelligence Agencies 'Dead Wrong' on Iraq
After Iraq turned out not to have any weapons of mass destruction, President Bush asked federal Judge Laurence Silberman and former Virginia Governor Charles Robb to lead an inquiry into ongoing problems in the intelligence community. Today, they released a report saying that things are bad and that they won't improve without systemic changes. Newsweek investigative reporter Michael Isikoff has the story.
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