Thursday, April 8: Rice on Record

On today's edition of "DaySide" with Linda Vester:

Rice on Record: National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice (search) undergoes three hours of questioning by the 9/11 Commission. How did she do? We’ll ask Brad Blakeman, former deputy assistant to President Bush, and P.J. Crowley, former special assistant for national security affairs for President Clinton and current director of national defense and homeland security at the Center for American Progress.

Plus, did some commissioners cross the line? Mark Brzezinski, former National Security Council official, and Boyden Gray, who served as White House counsel for former President Bush, join the debate.

Operation Resolute Sword: The coalition continues the battle to take down a radical Iraqi cleric's militia. We’ll get eyewitness accounts of coalition progress from Willis Witter of The Washington Times; Tony Perry of The Los Angeles Times, and Babak Dehghanpisheh of Newsweek.

And, should the June 30 deadline for the transfer of power in Iraq be pushed back? Entifadh Qanbar, spokesman for a senior member of the Iraqi National Congress.

Search for Gina: Frustration is running high for Cleveland police detectives and FBI as the search for a teenage girl extends into its sixth day. We need your help to find 14-year-old Georgina Dejesus.

Rights vs. Religion: A pharmacist refuses to fill a prescription for the morning after pill, citing his religious convictions. Can he do that?

Those stories and more on today’s edition of “DaySide with Linda Vester"

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