On today's edition of DaySide with Linda Vester:

Deadly Day: A pair of roadside bomb attacks kills at least three of our soldiers outside of Baghdad (search). We’ll get a read on the latest violence from Dan Senor, spokesman for the Coalition Provisional Authority and senior adviser to Presidential Envoy L. Paul Bremer.

To the Polls: Voters in New Hampshire (search) are braving wintry weather to decide which Democrat they want to back for president. Who has the inside track? We’ll get a read from Jeanne Shaheen, former New Hampshire governor and national chairperson of the Kerry campaign;
Matt Bennett, communications director for the Clark campaign, and Roger Salazar, national spokesman for the Edwards campaign.

Plus, it may not be the GOP’s day in the Granite State, but to be fair and balanced, we'll hear from New Hampshire’s Republican Governor Craig Benson.

Dramatic Testimony: The commission probing the Sept. 11 hears from an airport security guard who turned away the man that some now believe was the 20th hijacker. We’ll get more on these surprising revelations from Maurice Sonnenberg, former vice chairman of the National Commission on Terrorism.

And the Nominees Are: The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announces the nominees for this year's Oscars and, as Fox News’ own Lisa Bernhard explains, who got the nod is almost as interesting as who didn't.

Wicked Weather: Terrible winter weather across the country is now being blamed for at least 38 deaths. How much more can we expect? Fox-caster Janice Dean has the forecast.

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