Rove called before a grand jury again.
Karl Rove has been called before a grand jury again for his involvement in the Valerie Plame leak scandal. They promised that "there's no guarantee" that Rove won't be indicted. Luckily for Bush, this indictment didn't come up until well after the election in which he got elected president for real. It doesn't seem like an accident to me that they put it off until this year.
In related news, pending Rove's trial, there was that business about an alleged subway bomb threat that turned out to have been a hoax backed up with flimsy evidence. Seems to be in par for the course, according to MSNBC's Keith Olbermann, who has compiled a list of the preceding thirteen instances in which the Bush administration deflected scandalous news coverage by raising the terror alert about something which, it always turned out later, was nothing to worry about. The New York subway threat was nothing different.
I can only wonder what terrible terrorism threat we're going to have to face once we hear more about Rove's testimony. Man, those terrorists sure hate to see the Bush administration in hot water, don't they?