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President Bush (search) wrapped up his trip through Eastern Europe with a speech to the people of Georgia. The President, cheered by thousands in Tblisi's freedom square, used the 2003 Rose Revolution in Georgia as an example for the rest of the world to follow. Carl Cameron has a report.

Insurgents kidnapped the governor of the Anbar province (search) on Tuesday, saying they would release him when the U.S. stops Operation Matador along the Iraq-Syria border. The U.S. maintains that it will not negotiate with terrorists. Bret Baier has the details.

Plus, members of the National Security Agency (search) will brief the chairman and ranking Democrat of the Senate Intelligence Committee tonight about requests made by John Bolton over the last ten years to see the names of U.S. officials redacted from NSA documents. James Rosen has the latest in the battle over Bolton.

Republicans and Democrats continue to spar over President Bush's judicial nominees, with no sign of impasse. But, Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist (search) said a federal appeals court nominee would hit the Senate floor next week, possibly laying the groundwork for the GOP to trigger the so-called nuclear option. Major Garrett will explain.

The states of Maine and Mississippi are vying for the contract to build the Navy ship, the DDX Destroyer (search). Molly Henneberg takes a look at how senators in both states are trying to work out a deal that would avoid job loss in each state.

And the Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA) has some unions protesting in the streets. Jim Angle looks at the controversy surrounding the agreement.

Plus, why is the Greek Orthodox Church (search) at the center of a controversy in Jerusalem? Jennifer Griffin explains why.

The trial began today for Hillary Clinton's former finance director David Rosen, who is accused of lying about the cost of putting on a fundraiser for Clinton's 2000 campaign. William La Jeunesse has the details.

Plus, we'll also talk with our all-star panel of FOX News contributors about the political news of the day:

Mort Kondracke, executive editor of Roll Call

Mara Liasson, national political correspondent for NPR

Charles Krauthammer, syndicated columnist

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