Today on the Main Site:
An International Disgrace by Michael Johnson: How French soccer became a laughingstock.
The Latest in Obama Jobs by The Prowler: Hiring for sludge work. Also: Orszag, ahead of the posse.
The Emerging New GOP Leadership by Peter Ferrara: Not what you would have expected, even a short two years ago.
No Kumbaya in Kabul by George H. Wittman: Not just McChrystal and the White House, but no one seems to be getting along in Afghanistan.
Canada's Helen Thomas by Aaron Goldstein: Another luminary caught in the act by a video blogger.
Joe Barton Was Right by Peter Hannaford: A shakedown it remains.
Billy Mays Here...On Your License Plate by Eric Peters: Only in California could someone come up with this version of digital divide.
What to Watch for:
Haley easily wins S.C. gubernatorial primary (The State)
Robert Dudley takes over BP operations in gulf (NY Times)
Arlington Cemetery officials knew about tombstones in stream for more than a decade (Washington Post)
US plays for its World Cup life against Algeria at 9:30 AM (ESPN)
International Energy Agency releases more optimistic predictions about world oil supplies
Clip of the Day:
DNC Ad goes wild with Rep. Barton's comments