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The CIA cleared President Bush’s comments suggesting Iraq was trying to buy Uranium from Africa. Nevertheless, the president still hasn’t been “cleared” by his critics. We’ll have two of our FOX News contributors, Talk Radio News (search) bureau chief Ellen Ratner, and Newsday columnist Jim Pinkerton here to give you the long and short of it.
Will sexual assault allegations cost NBA superstar Kobe Bryant (search) millions in endorsements? FOX business contributor and Bulls & Bears regular Scott Bleier zeroes in on the financial bottom line. He is also the president of Hybrid Investors.
The White House says the CIA cleared the president’s State of the Union speech, which included claims that Iraq was seeking Uranium from Africa for its nuclear weapons program. Now the White House blames intelligence for the tainted facts. We’ll speak with CIA analyst Marvin Ott about this intelligence fallout.
Ronald Reagan (search) is still considered by many to be one of the greatest presidents of all time. Having served in the military, he stressed the importance of a strong navy. As a gesture of gratitude, the U.S. Navy is naming an aircraft the “U.S.S. Ronald Reagan.” Joining us from the launch site will be President Reagan’s former political director, Frank Donatelli.
We’ll be cooking up a batch of heart-healthy muffins with a tasty secret ingredient!
And before you go to the theater, FNC entertainment guru Bill McCuddy previews Disney’s Pirates of the Carribean.
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