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President Bush prepares to announce his nominee for the Supreme Court Tuesday at 9 p.m. EDT. Will Bush nominate a woman to fill Justice Sandra Day O'Connor's seat? Michael Carvin, former deputy attorney general under President Reagan, weighs in.

Then, the president has a broad agenda for his second term. But, recently, the White House has been fielding more questions about Karl Rove (search) and the CIA leak than Social Security reform. So what can the White House do to keep the focus on its own priorities? We'll ask Matt Dowd, chief strategist for Bush-Cheney 2004.

And, did the London terrorists know they were going to die along with all the innocent people in the July 7 terror attacks? New reports will surprise you. We'll get insight from former CIA operative Wayne Simmons.

Plus, how can you keep cool in extreme summer heat? We'll get the lowdown from Dr. Steven Garner of St. Vincent Catholic Medical Centers.

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