Elsewhere: King Abdullah and Obama, Bruno's New Job

In Jordan, Obama pledged to work towards Israeli-Palestinian peace, and King Abdullah told him Palestinian statehood has to be a top priority.

The the King drove Obama to the airport!

In an interview with Katie Couric that will air tonight, Obama says he thinks Israel’s strike against Syria last year was appropriate.

The National Enquirer is reporting (no really!) that they have caught John Edwards having an affair.

Joe Bruno took a job with CMA Consulting, headed by the widow of a state senator who Bruno once appointed to head the finance committee.

David Paterson’s father donated $15,000 to his campaign committee, according to New York‘s list of the governor’s top donors.

Bob Straniere is going to Washington tomorrow to meet with the RCCC about his upcoming race to win the seat Vito Fossella is retiring from.

Michael Bloomberg will speak at Time magazine’s summit on getting more Americans to volunteer, which will take place on September 11 and 12.

Liz has a chart that refutes an assertion by the New York Times that the slush fund scandal hampered Christine Quinn’s fund-raising this year.

Bob Novak says he might have been used!

David Plouffe is going to meet with Congressional Democrats, a sign of “growing cooperation.” 

The New Republic‘s profile of Mark Salter contains some pretty remarkable quotes from an article McCain once wrote for U.S. News & World Report.

Subway delays are up 24 percent. It’s not your imagination.

Joe Addabbo dresses the part.

Elsewhere: King Abdullah and Obama, Bruno's New Job