Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle accuses President Bush of politicizing the debate on Iraq.
But what does the rest of Congress think about Daschle's claims? We'll ask Rep. J.C. Watts, R-Okla.
Is it business as usual in Washington? Are lawmakers putting politics above the security of the homeland? We'll quiz Sen. Sam Brownback, R-Kan.
Why is former Vice President Al Gore back in the news? Is he already laying the groundwork for a presidential bid in 2004? The Polling Company's Kellyanne Conway and Democratic strategist Michael Bloomfield square off.
Russia, Germany, China and France say that inspectors, not force, is the answer when it comes to dealing with Iraq. But is this latest diplomatic dance doomed for failure? Former United Nations chief bio-weapons inspector Richard Spertzel, weighs in.
From forest fire infernos to fox holes on the front line, we'll ask journalist and author Sebastian Junger why he ventures to places you wouldn't dream of going on your own.
Madelyne Toogood made headlines beating her child on tape but she also brought unwanted attention to the "Irish Travelers." Who are they? Slate magazine contributor Brendan Koerner has the answer.
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