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Protecting our soldiers and rebuilding Iraq's infrastructure. If both can maintain traction, Iraq will soon see more U.S. soldiers headed home. FNC's own Jeff Goldblatt reports on a new weapon that could reduce threats to our military. Then, Lt. Col. Bill Cowan says there has been progress in Iraq, but we are still in need of the essentials.
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Social security reform (search) gets a serious push from President Bush. But most Americans aren't buying. Is it time for President Bush to give up on reforming Social Security? Bill Halter, senior adviser with Americans United to Protect Social Security, says yes. But Derrick Max, executive director of the Coalition for the Modernization and Protection of America's Social Security, says no. Don't miss the heated debate.
The McDonald's "Big Mac" will soon mean big money for hip-hop artists. But not everyone is happy with the deal. Child psychologist Susan Linn, co-founder of the Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood, speaks out.
President Bush is dealing with many national and international issues, but he's certainly not the first president to face down such problems. James Grant, author of "John Adams: Party of One," explains.
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