NPR News Agenda from the Thursday Editors' Meeting A lot happening on the foreign front today, and All Things Considered plans to bring you up to date on each of the headline events. Nearly a year after Israeli forces quit Gaza, they are back, expanding an offensive that began last week in an effort to rescue a kidnapped Israeli soldier. Eric Westervelt will have the latest on that, while Lourdes “Lulu” Garcia-Navarro reports on the Mexican presidential election; at the moment, the conservative candidate Felipe Calderon has a narrow lead, and his leftist rival Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador says he won't accept the results and will go to court. Fears of violence.

NPR News Agenda from the Thursday Editors' Meeting

A lot happening on the foreign front today, and All Things Considered plans to bring you up to date on each of the headline events. Nearly a year after Israeli forces quit Gaza, they are back, expanding an offensive that began last week in an effort to rescue a kidnapped Israeli soldier. Eric Westervelt will have the latest on that, while Lourdes "Lulu" Garcia-Navarro reports on the Mexican presidential election; at the moment, the conservative candidate Felipe Calderon has a narrow lead, and his leftist rival Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador says he won't accept the results and will go to court. Fears of violence.

Also, in recognition of tomorrow's one-year anniversary of the London bus and subway bombings, Pam Fessler takes a look at bus and subway security in this country. You might want to listen before you start your commute this evening.