Adm. William Fallon stepped down after an article in Esquire magazine portrayed his views on Iran as being at odds with those of President Bush.
Prime Minister Zapatero's party is likely to build on the sweeping reforms of the last four years, which have riled conservatives and the Roman Catholic church.
It says it needs billions of dollars more than the other services to stay competitive globally.
Homemade banners are unsafe and should be replaced with metal signs, says the state highway department.
Voters overlooked a recent economic downturn and supported the Socialists' sweeping social reforms of the past four years.
Readers write about ecoterrorism, trading nuclear technology for oil, nuclear waste, copyright laws, and 'robocalls.'
New book says war will cost at least $3 trillion before it's over.