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Future of Iraq: Iraq's interim prime minister addresses a joint meeting of Congress and completes a Q&A session with reporters at the White House. We'll get the latest from FOX News' James Rosen.
Plus, terrorists claim they have just beheaded two Italian female hostages (search) who had been working on school and water projects in Iraq when they were captured earlier this month. Meanwhile, the family of a British hostage is pleading with his captors to release him. FOX News' Orlando Salinas has a live update.
And, we'll get a first hand account of the situation on the ground with Reps. Ron Kind, D-Wisc., and Wally Herger, R-Calif.
Long Term Outlook: The National Intelligence Estimate says there's a real chance of civil war in Iraq. Edward Luttwak, senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, says he knows how to head that off.
Web of Terror: Certain terror groups are using the Internet to spread their evil. How can we fight back and what can we do to stop it? We'll ask Gregory Copley, president of the International Strategic Studies Association.
Ad-Versity: Have you seen the new ads from the Bush and Kerry campaigns? They are long on mud-slinging. But are they short on facts? Nicolle Devenish, communications director for the Bush/Cheney 2004, and Debra Deshong, senior adviser for the Kerry campaign, join the debate.
Plus, are bloggers becoming a force in this election? We'll ask Matthew Klam, writer for The New York Times Magazine.
And, 4.5 million Americans suffer from Alzheimer's disease (search). Now, there are growing complaints that many of these patients' votes are being abused. Stephen McConnell, senior vice president for advocacy and public policy at The Alzheimer's Association, and Rebecca Moll Freed, election law attorney, weigh in.
CBS Scandal: Is Dan Rather suggesting the president of CBS News' is to blame for the memo scandal? We'll ask Bob Lee, chairman of the CBS Affiliate Association and president of WDBJ in Roanoke, Virginia.
Those stories and the latest editions of Only on Fox and Stupid Criminals on today's edition of "DaySide with Linda Vester."
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