Wednesday, Feb. 11: Blocking Nukes

On today's edition of DaySide with Linda Vester:

Deadly Bombing: Another deadly bombing in Iraq claims the lives of at least 47 civilians. Are Iraqis going to stand up against those attacking them?

Taking Heat: President Bush is facing more pressure from Democrats about his service records, while some conservatives are criticizing him on other issues. How is the president planning on defeating his critics? Jim Wilkinson, deputy national security adviser, goes on the hot seat.

It Begins: It’s the first day of Scott Peterson's murder trial. Why do his lawyers want the jury sequestered before it's even seated? We’ll ask Bill Fazio, former San Francisco prosecutor; Anthony Lowenstein, San Francisco criminal defense attorney, and Mark Fuhrman, former Los Angeles Police detective.

And Then There Were... Democratic presidential hopeful John Kerry is riding high, battling with John Edwards to snatch up supporters from the other candidates who are on life support. We've got the inside scoop on this battle for the backers.

Not Again: Congress is demanding answers on that infamous Super Bowl halftime show. Are you sick and tired of seeing this garbage on television?

Blocking Nukes: President Bush is set to announce a new proposal that aims to prevent untrustworthy nations from getting their hands on nuclear fuel. But does it go far enough? Alireza Jafarzadeh, Fox News foreign affairs analyst and president of Strategic Policy Consulting, weighs in.

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