Morning Buzz: Nov. 15, 2007

Last night House Democrats pushed through a $50 billion Iraq war funding bill that would mandate President Bush to start bringing troops home in the next few weeks, with the scheduled pullout to be finished in December 2008, just a month after the presidential election.

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Last night House Democrats pushed through a $50 billion Iraq war funding bill that would mandate President Bush to start bringing troops home in the next few weeks, with the scheduled pullout to be finished in December 2008, just a month after the presidential election.

Detained former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto said this morning she is hoping to form an opposition coalition government to oust President Gen. Pervez Musharraf from power before the January elections.

It'll be the O.J. Simpson trial—take two—as the former NFL star who was acquitted of murder more than a decade ago faces charges including kidnapping and armed robbery for his suspected involvement in a memorabilia heist in Las Vegas. A judge announced yesterday that Simpson would again have to stand trial and did not dismiss any of the 12 counts against him.