From Mike Allen from the Washington Post:
(Nobody is on top of the myriad of stories about DeLay's corrpution like Mike Allen.)
Few few paragraphs sum it up well:
House Majority Leader Tom DeLay (R-Tex.) has dismissed questions about his ethics as partisan attacks, but revelations last week about his overseas travel and ties to lobbyists under investigation have emboldened Democrats and provoked worry among Republicans.
"If death comes from a thousand cuts, Tom DeLay is into a couple hundred, and it's getting up there," said a Republican political consultant close to key lawmakers. "The situation is negatively fluid right now for the guy. You start hitting arteries, it only takes a couple." The consultant, who at times has been a DeLay ally, spoke on the condition of anonymity, saying he could not be candid otherwise.
But go read the whole thing.
There were a handful of other stories over the weekend (I was away with my family -- sorry for the late postings!), and I'll do a wrap up later.