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POSTED: 10:14 AM ET, 09/ 8/2008 by Amanda Zamora

Cheney Documents » A group of open-government advocates and historians is filing suit to prevent Dick Cheney from destroying or withholding key documents from his two terms as vice president. — Washington Post

Subpoenas for Palin Staffers? » Alaska lawmakers investigating Gov. Sarah Palin's dismissal of the state's public safety commissioner weigh whether to issue subpoenas to at least seven of her staff. — Wall Street Journal

Did Affair Taint Texas Trial? » The lawyer for a death-row inmate convicted of capital murder in 1990 alleges that the district attorney and the judge in the case were secretly involved in a romantic relationship. — Christian Science Monitor

Despair Over Space Program » An internal e-mail reveals stark pessimism by NASA Administrator Michael Griffin, despite public assurances that the space program is on track to put humans on the moon by 2020. — Orlando Sentinel

Riling Student Voters » Voter-registration drives at college campuses in Virginia prompted much confusion after local election officials erroneously advised college students against registering to vote at their school addresses. — New York Times

Olmert Indictment Possible » Israeli police are recommending that Prime Minister Ehud Olmert be indicted on several charges, including bribery and the fraudulent receipt of goods. — Jerusalem Post

Afghan Airstrikes » The senior commander in Afghanistan has requested a review of the U.S. military investigation into last month's disputed airstrike in light of "emerging evidence." — New York Times

By Amanda Zamora |  September 8, 2008; 10:14 AM ET The Daily Read
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