Guest Moderator: Gloria Borger. The president announces his plan to grow the economy. Is it dead on arrival or another potential win for the Bush White House? Jeanne Cummings of the Wall Street Journal and Dan Balz of the Washington Post have the story. In another example of presidential muscle flexing, President Bush renominates failed judicial picks. We take a look with Joan Biskupic of USA Today. And, finally, the United States grapples with North Korea. What do we say and do to minimize the threat? And how do we proceed in Iraq? Doyle McManus of the Los Angeles Times reports. [26 minutes]
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