September 20, 2004 5:36PM (UTC)
Washington Post: Bush, Kerry tentatively decide to debate three times in two weeks -- including one "town hall" debate despite Bush's concerns about hecklers infiltrating audience.
Newsweek: Kerry to attack Bush on Iraq from here on out -- to spend last week of campaign on Bush's war.
Los Angeles Times: Dems to step up criticism of Bush on Iraq this week; Kerry to give major Iraq speech today; Edwards accuses Hastert of stooping low for suggesting al-Qaida is rooting for Kerry.
Reuters: Republicans in Senate criticize Bush's Iraq policy for "incompetence."
AP: Tony Blair was warned in 2002 that "morning after" in Iraq would be difficult, require large troop commitment for years.
New York Times: CBS News to admit it was misled over Killian memos.
Geraldine Sealey is senior news editor at Salon.com.
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