Thursday, Feb. 5: Pre-War Intel

On today's edition of DaySide with Linda Vester:

Iraqi Scholarship: For the first time in many years, the U.S. has awarded Fulbright scholarships to Iraqis to study here in America. Meet Lazha Talat, Iraqi Fulbright scholar.

Crunch Time: With Michigan, Maine and Washington all holding caucuses this weekend, is this a critical juncture in the campaign? We’ll ask former presidential candidate, Steve Forbes, president and editor-in-chief of Forbes magazine.

Pre-War Intel: George Tenet, director of central intelligence, fiercely defends the intelligence about Iraq's weapons. Why does he think weapons hunters need more time? We’ll ask Michael Swetnam, former CIA official.

So Sorry: Pakistan's top nuclear scientist apologizes for sharing secret information with North Korea, Libya and Iran. So why did Pakistani President Musharraf pardon him? We’ll ask Mansoor Ijaz, Fox News foreign affairs analyst.

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