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Tariq Aziz, Saddam Hussein's former deputy prime minister, is in United States custody, U.S. officials confirmed to Fox News Thursday. The English-speaking Aziz, an outspoken defender of Saddam's regime during the months leading up to the Iraq war, was the eight of spades in the deck of 55 playing cards distributed to U.S. servicemen.Those details and reaction plus…

The Dixie Chicks are speaking their minds and baring their bodies in an effort to battle critics who have called the country trio unpatriotic. Lead singer Natalie Maines, who got the group in trouble by telling a London audience she was "ashamed the president of the United States is from Texas," just days before the war in Iraq began, now says she regrets her choice of words, but makes no apologies for thinking critically. Maines sat dowo for an interview with ABC's Diane Sawyer for Primetime Thursday. We’ll get reaction from the associate editor of Rolling Stones, Jenny Eliscu

And Geraldo Rivera is back from covering the war in Iraq… he joins the show to share his stories…

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