Topics: July 14

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• Democrats continued their barrage of criticism of Karl Rove (search) today, with Charles Schumer holding a news conference with Joe Wilson (search) to call on the White House to suspend Rove's security clearance. This, as the president visually showed his support for Rove by departing the White House all smiles with Rove. Jim Angle has a report.

• Then, Chief Justice William Rehnquist (search) was released from the hospital today with resignation rumors continuing to swirl around him. Meanwhile, on Capitol Hill, senators began discussing what questions are appropriate to pose to a Supreme Court nominee. Brian Wilson has the story.

• And in an interview with Bret Baier, General George Casey says that Iraq will have a draft of a new constitution by Friday, and the handover of several southern Iraqi cities will take place before that country's election.

• Also, President Bush addressed the Indiana Black forum today, as RNC Chairman Ken Mehlman (search) addressed the NAACP annual convention and expressed regrets for past Republican attitudes toward African Americans. Wendell Goler has details.

• And Dana Lewis reports that people around the world observed a moment of silence today to honor the victims of last Thursday's terror attacks in London. This as authorities continued their hunt for anyone who might have aided the four bombers in the attack that killed 53 people.

Plus, Major Garrett looks at contentions of torture in three cases at Guantanamo Bay out of the thousands of detainee interrogations.

And Brit talks with former Justice Department official David Rivkin on the whether the CIA identity leak of Valerie Plame was a crime.

• Plus, we'll also talk with our all-star panel of FOX News contributors about the day's headlines:

—Fred Barnes, executive editor of The Weekly Standard

—Mort Kondracke, executive editor of Roll Call

—Jeff Birnbaum, columnist for The Washington Post

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