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Thursday, October 6:

In a forceful speech President Bush accused Islamic militants today of seeking to "enslave whole nations and intimidate the world" and charged they have made Iraq their main front. Carl Cameron has a report on the president's speech.

Then, Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers (search) is back on Capitol Hill today meeting with several lawmakers including Senate Judiciary Committee member and potential 2008 GOP presidential hopeful Republican Sam Brownback. Jim Angle has more.

Plus, President Bush on Thursday tapped former Indiana Republican Senator Dan Coats to help shepherd Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers through the Senate's confirmation process. Brit sits down with the former senator to learn about his new role.

And Bret Baier brings us the latest news out of Iraq after insurgents carried out another series of attacks today aimed at wrecking Iraq's constitutional referendum next week.

Also, according to two sources directly familiar with the proceeding, Travis County prosecutor Ronnie Earle (search) tried to persuade a grand jury that Tom DeLay tacitly approved illegal use of campaign money and became angry when jurors decided against an indictment. Brian Wilson has the latest from the DeLay probe.

A feud between a top Senate Republican and the White House could be threatening progress on hurricane-related tax cuts and the federal budget. As correspondent Major Garrett reports, today Iowa Senator Charles Grassley (search) took his grievances public.

Defying the White House, senators Wednesday night voted 90-9 to approve an amendment that would prohibit the use of "cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment" against anyone in U.S. government custody, regardless of where they are held. Mike Emanuel has more on the bill sponsored by former prisoner Senator John McCain (search).

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