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Prime Minister Tony Blair (search), America's unwavering ally in the war in Iraq, arrives in Washington today amidst the backdrop of the alliance between Great Britain and the United States showing strains over intelligence and U.S. determination to try two British citizens before a military tribunal.

On the first leg of a seven-day whirlwind tour that takes in Japan, South Korea, China and Hong Kong, Blair has the rare honor of addressing a joint meeting of Congress (search) on Capitol Hill.

But the dispute over the quality of intelligence used to justify military action against Saddam Hussein threatens to cloud Blair's visit.

How can President Bush support the Prime Minister? What can Blair do for Bush? Was Blair successful both here and at home in his speech before Congress? We'll ask Presidential historian Douglas Brinkley (search).

Plus, two Senators will talk with us about yesterday's closed door meeting with CIA Director George Tenet about intelligence failures and the president's now controversial State of the Union Address.

And later, a tragic accident in Santa Monica, California (search) yesterday has left nine people dead and scores more injured. Police in that city are now wondering if the 86-year-old driver who plowed into crowded farmers' market was competent to be behind the wheel. This accident underscores the important safety issue surrounding older drivers. Should the elderly be allowed to drive a car, no matter what? Or should society impose limits on the elderly and the very old? We'll debate those questions tonight.

All these stories ... and more! See you in the No Spin Zone tonight at 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET

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