Iraq nears a deadline to reveal its weapons as the White House works to anticipate all that may follow. Alexis Simendinger of the National Journal reports. The Bush Administration debates ways to stimulate the economy. What will they propose? Alan Murray of CNBC takes a look. Politics...The race for the last remaining Senate seat. What's at stake? Dan Balz has that story and more. And finally, the Supreme Court takes a case involving affirmative action that could change college admissions around the country. Linda Greenhouse of the New York Times explains. [24 minutes]
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