The newspaper columnist who gave the name of a CIA employee says the White House did not intentionally leak information. Meanwhile, White House staffers receive orders to save all of their e-mails and to cooperate fully with the investigation. We’ll get an update from correspondent Wendell Goler on the North Lawn of the White House.

How common are White House leaks and what chances will a full-blown investigation have of finding a source? We’ll ask Boyden Gray, former White House counsel, and Michael Zeldin, former Independent Counsel.

And Congress surges forward with the president’s request for $87 billion to reconstruct Iraq. Some members of Congress have just returned from the liberated country, what did they see and how will this affect their vote?

Reps. Kay Granger, R-Texas, and Susan Davis , D-Calif., will answer our questions.

David Corn, FNC political analyst and editor of The Nation, will discuss his new book out — The Lies of George W. Bush: Mastering the Politics of Deception. Rep. Peter Hoekstra will offer a different perspective.

And, Arianna Huffington (search) bows out of the recall race, while Republican Arnold Schwarzenegger (search) pulls ahead in the polls. Correspondent William La Jeunesse will update us from our Los Angeles newsroom.

Plus, Spc. John Perkins Jr. is one of the soldiers home from Baghdad for a quick visit — He will give us a special visit.

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