Required Reading: March 22, 2007

Thursday, March 22, 2007 - 11:09 AM

House Panel Authorizes Subpoenas of Officials (Washington Post)

Prosecutor Says Bush Appointees Interfered With Tobacco Case (Washington Post)

15 Die When Somalis Try to Disarm Rebels (NY Times)

F.D.A. Rule Limits Role of Advisers Tied to Industry (NY Times)

Italy Swapped 5 Jailed Taliban for a Hostage (NY Times)

Edwards To Hold News Conference On Wife's Health (CNN)

State Lawmakers Vote for An Early Presidential Primary (Newsday)

Debate Over a Web Site About Parking and Permits (NY Times)

Staten Grows On Us: No. 2 Census Gainer (NY Post)


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