Sen. Ted Kennedy To Undergo More Tests After Suffering From Seizures

Sen. Edward Kennedy is undergoing further evaluation at a Boston hospital, two days after the 76-year-old Democrat suffered a seizure.

Kennedy's spokeswoman Stephanie Cutter says it is unclear when doctors will release information on Kennedy's condition or on the cause of his seizure Saturday.

Cutter said Monday the senator had a restful night at Massachusetts General Hospital. He spent Sunday watching sports and movies and visiting with family.

On the Scene: FOX News' Laura Ingle Blogs From the Hospital

President Bush had been notified of Kennedy's health just before he went to a Saturday night dinner meeting with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.

A White House spokesman says Bush expressed concern for Kennedy and said he would keep him in his prayers. Bush has not spoken to the senator since he became ill.

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