Here's the report filed by the associated press...rest assured we'll be all over this on tonight's show.
CAPITOL HILL (AP) - A Senate panel is demanding some documents from the White House and from Vice President Cheney's office.
The Judiciary Committee today issued a subpoena for documents related to President Bush's program involving eavesdropping without warrants.
The subpoenas also name the Justice Department and the National Security Council.
A congressional official says the panel is looking for documents that might shed some light on internal squabbles within the administration over whether the program is legal.