Reporters' Roundtable Insurgents launch attacks as the June 30 handover of power in Iraq nears. A U.S. Supreme Court ruling allows the Bush administration to keep Vice President Dick Cheney's energy task force private. Activists speak out about an alleged police beating in Los Angeles. Also, a nasty scandal surrounding the U.S. Senate race in Illinois -- NPR's Tony Cox discusses the news the week with Laura Washington, columnist with the Chicago Sun-Times, and Terry Neal, chief political correspondent for WashingtonPost.com.
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Insurgents launch attacks as the June 30 handover of power in Iraq nears. A U.S. Supreme Court ruling allows the Bush administration to keep Vice President Dick Cheney's energy task force private. Activists speak out about an alleged police beating in Los Angeles. Also, a nasty scandal surrounding the U.S. Senate race in Illinois — NPR's Tony Cox discusses the news the week with Laura Washington, columnist with the Chicago Sun-Times, and Terry Neal, chief political correspondent for WashingtonPost.com.

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