Good morning! There are 29 shopping days left. Meanwhile:
The U.S. Supreme Court justices return to the bench today to hear the case LaRue v. DeWolff, Boberg & Associates, which deals with whether an employee pension plan participant can sue the plan manager under ERISA for losses caused by breach of fiduciary duties in connection with losses that affect the participant’s personal account.
Democratic senators take turns gaveling in this week to keep President Bush from pulling a Bolton. (Seattle Times)
The Bush administration’s plan to fine – and in some cases, jail – employers whose employees’ are suspected of being illegal immigrants because their social security numbers don’t match government records is being rejiggered, and likely won’t be enforced before mid-2008. (AP)
The FCC meets tomorrow to vote on a plan to expand its ability to regulate cable, but the agency’s chief is having some trouble selling the idea. (NYT)
Never misunderestimate Condi. (NYT)