September 24, 2004 5:53PM (UTC)
New York Times: Bush and Allawi vow Iraqi elections to go on as planned; Rumsfeld warns that elections may not happen everywhere in Iraq due to violence. "Nothing's perfect in life," he said.
Washington Post: Republican charges that al-Qaida is rooting for Democrats and Kerry is giving aid and comfort to the enemy "tests the conventional bounds of political rhetoric."
Boston Globe: If Kerry wins the election, this week will be seen as the turning point in his candidacy.
New York Times: Halliburton may sell KBR, signaling that Iraq contracts weren't the boon the company expected.
AP: CBO study estimates Bush budget would add $1.3 trillion to federal deficits over next decade.
Geraldine Sealey is senior news editor at Salon.com.
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