1. APhoto Fix: President Bush leaves the podium ending a news conference at the White House this morning in Washington. President Bush defended anew his program of warrantless surveillance, saying “there’s no doubt in my mind it is legal.” He suggested that he might resist congressional efforts to change it here. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)
3. Humor Fix: David Letterman’s “Ten Surprising Facts About Osama Bin Laden” here.
5. Top of the News Fix: USA Today: 1st year in college riskiest here, Schoolboy’s suit argues system favors girls here, Oprah re: author Frey: “I was wrong” here, 46 below in Fairbanks here, and Marriage amendment set for Virginia ballot here.
6. Opinion Fix: Steve H Hanke & Stephen J.K. Walters/Wall Street Journal (War on Wal-Mart claims casualties among poor), Peggy Noonan/Wall Street Journal (Bush the Romantic), Dick Morris/The Hill (Why Dems can’t sink Alito), New York Times (Filibuster Alito), and Susan Vigilante/National Review (“The DaVinci Code”: A history primer?).