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POSTED: 10:43 AM ET, 08/28/2008 by Amanda Zamora

The Campaign Trail » Some delegates of Sen. John Edwards happy to kick him to the curb (The Post) ... ABC News producer arrested while trying to film corporate donors in Denver (The Post) ... another look at Sen. Joe Biden's business ties (Los Angeles Times) ... Sen. Pat Leahy discusses White House subpoenas on convention floor (Talking Points Memo) ... 'strange bedfellows' behind anti-Obama turban ad (Center for Investigative Reporting).

Kristof's Apology » New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof apologizes to Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, who had sued the Times, the Justice Department and others for falsely targeting him in the deadly anthrax mailings of 2001.

Questions Over E-Verify » This week's arrests of nearly 600 immigrant workers at a plant in Laurel, Miss., spark an outcry from businesses who cite flaws in the Bush administration's touted E-Verify worker documentation system. — The Washington Post

DOJ Eases Rules on Legal Fees » The Justice Department is set to issue looser guidelines for companies that were barred from paying legal fees of their employees in wake of the Enron scandal. — The New York Times

Update: Alaska GOP Primaries » The update is that there is no update: Rep. Don Young, who faces multiple ethics investigations, remains in a deadlock with his Republican challenger. — The Washington Post

Rep. Jefferson's FEC Troubles » Rep. Bill Jefferson (D-La.) could face fines after filing a campaign finance report two days late; the congressman is facing bribery charges. — The Associated Press

KBR Targeted in Trafficking Case » A federal lawsuit filed yesterday alleges that U.S. contractor KBR and a Jordanian subcontractor lured Nepali workers for jobs in Iraq. — The Washington Post

Afghanistan » Last week's deadly U.S.-led airstrike has Afghanistan calling for a review of foreign military operations, which have been governed until now by a two-page "diplomatic note" between the U.S. and Afghanistan. — The Washington Post

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