The U.S. moves closer to war as the chief U.N. weapons inspector Hans Blix tells the Security Council that the Iraqi report is incomplete at best. David Sanger of the New York Times has the latest. Trent Lott's future remains uncertain, but the questions raised by his remarks continue to reverberate in Washington and around the nation. Gebe Martinez of Congressional Quarterly assesses the political landscape in the Senate. John Harwood of the Wall Street Journal looks at race and politics. Al Gore is out of the 2004 presidential race, and we examine the repercussions. David Shribman of the Boston Globe reports on the Democrats who would be president. Moderator: Gwen Ifill. [26 minutes]
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