Tuesday, Feb. 10: Iraq Assessment

On today's edition of DaySide with Linda Vester:

Despite daily violence and terrorist attacks, is life in Iraq getting better? And how soon can we expect our servicemen and women to come home? We’ll ask “DaySide’s” special guest U.S. military spokesman Brigadier General Mark Kimmitt, deputy director for coalition operations in Iraq.

Turning Up the Heat: Why is President Bush suddenly feeling pressure from stalwart conservatives? Are some of his faithful, losing faith? We’ll ask Terry Holt, press secretary for the president’s re-election campaign.

Southern Swing: With two big states up for grabs on Tuesday, could victories in Virginia and Tennessee seal the Democratic presidential nomination for Sen. John Kerry? We’ll ask Larry Sabato, head of the University of Virginia’s Institute of Politics.

Plus, did Howard Dean flip-flop on a decision to stay in the race for the White House?

Legal Maneuvers: Could there be two different juries in the Scott Peterson murder trial? We’ll get a read from Mark Mazzarella, California jury consultant and co-author of “Reading People.”

Atkins Shocker: His diet has offered hope to millions of overweight Americans. But wait until you hear the new information about Dr. Robert Atkins.

Reaching Out? Syndicated radio talk show host Armstrong Williams has been one of Michael Jackson's most outspoken critics. So why did the "Gloved One" call him and ask to meet with him? We'll ask him ourselves on today’s edition of "DaySide."

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