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New Intel Czar: President Bush announced his choice for the nation's first director of national intelligence. White House correspondent Wendell Goler tells us what familiar face the president chose. Then, two congressmen respond to the news. Join the heated debate with Reps. Dan Burton, R-Ind., and Steve Israel, D-N.Y.

Behind the Scenes Battle: Nearly three weeks after Iraqis cast their ballots, the electoral commission has certified the results. A majority of the new 275-member National Assembly (search) has been allocated to one group. FOX News' John Cook tells us about the group. But who will be the prime minister? We get a behind-the-scenes look from Entifadh Qanbar, special envoy for the United Iraqi Alliance.

Pushy Parents: From arguing about grades to making excuses for cheaters, some educators say that parents are the biggest obstacle when it comes to teaching kids. Nancy Gibbs, editor-at-large for Time magazine, has some ideas on pushy parents and Joyce Garvin, a recently retired teacher, has some experience with pushy parents.

Social Security Sparring: President Bush is saying a few things that seem to open the door to raising taxes to help Social Security. And the heated debate is on with FNC political analyst Susan Estrich on the Democratic side and Brad Blakeman, who worked on the Bush-Cheney 2000 presidential campaign, in the GOP corner.

Welcome Home: Michael Jackson (search) is back home after being hospitalized with the flu. But what's the latest on his trial? FOX News' Anita Vogel reports live at the courthouse in Santa Maria, Calif. Plus, people are coming forward, saying Jackson's flu story is fishy, including Ian Drew, editor for US Weekly magazine.

Doctor Danger: A brand new Harvard University study claims that older doctors could be hazardous to your health. Is a young doctor really better? Dr. Cathleen London, medical director of Alliance Healthcare, gives us her take.

And don't miss our Stupid Criminals File!

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