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After excerpts from President Bush's speech Monday night in Cincinnati, Spencer Michels speaks with a group of voters in Denver to discuss the public's view of taking action against Iraq.
Police investigators have linked an early morning shooting of a 13-year-old middle school student in front of his Prince Georges County school to seven earlier sniper-like attacks in the metro-Washington, D.C. area.
Violence flared in the Gaza Strip Monday as separate clashes left at least 15 dead and nearly 100 injured.
Kwame Holman reports with excerpts from the continuing Senate debate over the use of force against Iraq.
The president outlines his case against Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein and calls on congressional and world leaders to pass resolutions setting up strong consequences if Iraq does not disarm.
Betty Ann Bowser updates a story about the fallout from a lawsuit brought by African-American farmers against the Department of Agriculture three years ago.
Lee Hochberg reports on the homecoming of a Washington state congressman who returned from a visit to Baghdad suggesting that President Bush is misleading Americans about the need for war in Iraq.
As a new U.S. Supreme Court term opens, Jan Crawford Greenburg of the Chicago Tribune previews some of the pivotal and controversial cases facing the high court over the next nine months.
Betty Ann Bowser reports on the hotly contested Senate race in Texas.
The Capitol Hill report with excerpts from an exchange between two of the Senate's most senior members, Republican John Warner and Democrat Robert Byrd, who stand on opposing sides of the Iraq debate.
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