And now the most engaging two minutes in television, the latest from the political grapevine:
Democratic Presidential Candidate Wesley Clark said today it should be up to Congress to determine if what he called President Bush's march to war in Iraq amounted to a criminal offense. Clark has repeatedly said we don't know why the administration went to war.
Little more than a year ago, one general testified before Congress that -- "Saddam Hussein ... is not only malevolent and violent, but also unpredictable. He retains his chemical and biological warfare capabilities and is actively pursuing nuclear capabilities. ... Saddam Hussein's current retention of chemical and biological weapons and their respective delivery systems violates the UN resolutions themselves, which carry the weight of international law."
That general, by the way, was Clark himself.
Howard Had to Say...
Speaking of Democratic presidential candidates, Howard Dean has made the cover of the newest issue of Rolling Stone. Here's a little of what he had to say inside --
"I think the Republicans are much meaner than the Democrats are. ... They do not care what happens to this country as long as they stay in power, ... [President Bush] is not interested in being a good president. He's interested in some complicated psychological situation that he has with his father. He is obsessed with being re-elected, and [it's] hurting the country. ... [His] philosophy is, 'If you're rich, you deserve it, and if you're poor, you deserve it.' That's not my philosophy."
Saudi Arabian authorities say they have uncovered a number of terrorist training camps outside Saudi cities that were being used to teach weapons techniques and carry out terrorist operations. According to an unnamed Saudi ministry official, the camps were commanded by two key terrorist figures who reported directly to Usama bin Laden and have been linked to last year's deadly bombings in Riyadh. They have since been killed. The official would not specify how many training camps were discovered.
Comes from the Koran?
A Muslim cleric in Spain has been sentenced to 15 months in prison for writing a book instructing husbands how to deal with a -- "rebellious woman." In his book "Women in Islam," Imam Mohamed Kamal Mustafa says -- "If one needs to use blows, they should be administered to specific parts of the body like the feet and hands, using a light and thin stick so it will not leave scars or bruising."
Mustafa insists much of his advice is based on the Koran and that the Spanish court that sentenced him is being unfair. The court, however, says parts of the book violate women's rights, adding that today's society is -- "not the Arabian desert of 14 centuries ago."
— FOX News' Michael Levine contributed to this report