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Saturday, Jan. 22:

After some bitter exchanges from some Democratic senators at Condoleezza Rice's Senate confirmation hearings to become the next secretary of state, is this a sign of growing partisanship in President Bush's second term (search)? We'll look at partisanship's potential growth as Bush presses forward with an ambitious second-term agenda.

And, how could U.N. peacekeeping soldiers in the Democratic Republic of Congo (search) exchange eggs, bread and money for sex with the young girls they were supposed to be protecting? We reported last week on the U.N. (search) watchdog report that revealed the scandal, but we follow up on the story this week with some new details.

We're also following the terror threat in Boston after a tip has officials looking for four Chinese nationals in a dirty bomb plot — was the tip a hoax or is the reason for heightened security?

Plus, are the Christian groups providing aid to tsunami victims trying to convert Muslims with their charity? The Council on American-Islamic Relations (search) (CAIR) believes some Christian missionaries are and they're calling on President Bush to repudiate those groups. We'll have the details and analysis.

These stories and more on this Saturday's "Heartland."

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All topics and guests subject to change.