Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Goood Morning to the Mainland!

The NYT won't even give Bush the FP with his speech from yesterday. Here's the leads.

Banker Granted Retrial in a Case From 90's Boom
By ANDREW ROSS SORKIN
The ruling was a defeat for the government, which had portrayed Frank P. Quattrone as a symbol of Wall Street's excesses.

2 Years After Soldier's Death, Family's Battle Is With Army
By MONICA DAVEY and ERIC SCHMITT
Army explanations of Pat Tillman's death in Afghanistan have not satisfied his family, and now a criminal investigation is under way.

In New Twist on College Search, a First Choice, and 20 Backups
By ALAN FINDER
Anxious about admissions, students aiming for the most selective universities often apply to far more of them than their parents did

The WaPo treats Bush the same.

Agent Tells Court Of Repeated Efforts Before 9/11 Attacks
Harry Samit tells jurors he cautioned the agency more than 70 times and was frustrated at every turn by officials he accuses of "criminal negligence."
Judge's Errors Cited In Quattrone Case
A federal appeals court tosses out the obstruction-of-justice conviction of investment banker Frank P. Quattrone, in a blow to the government's effort to prosecute and deter white-collar crime.
MINSK, Belarus, March 20 -- President Alexander Lukashenko, citing official figures giving him 82.6 percent of the vote in this weekend's election, declared Monday that a pro-Western "revolution" had been defeated in his former Soviet republic and scoffed at threats of new sanctions.


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