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As questioning continues on day three of Supreme Court nominee John Roberts (search) confirmation hearings, Roberts said that Congress has the right to counter the controversial "eminent domain" ruling and decide whether cities have the right to seize private property for commercial or public use. FOX News congressional correspondent Brian Wilson is live on Capitol Hill with the latest.
Then, while much of America's attention has been focused on the tragedy of Katrina for the past two weeks, the war in Iraq is still raging. Explosions rocked Baghdad Wednesday, killing at least 150 people and injuring more than 500 others in what's being called the worst one-day death toll since major combat operations were declared over in May 2003. Al Qaeda in Iraq (search) is claiming responsibility. So what do these latest attacks reveal about the War on Terror? We'll get insight from Michael O'Hanlon, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution.
And, as Hurricane Katrina moved closer to the Gulf Coast, one computer security expert reportedly sat there and watched as person after person registered a Web domain name with the word "Katrina." And he says most of those people are just plain thieves. So how can you make sure your money actually gets to Katrina victims? We'll ask former U.S. Department of Justice attorney Douglas Burns.
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