Bush predicts a bloody August in Iraq President Bush says the U.S. may face a difficult summer in Iraq. "It could be bloody; it could be a very difficult August," Bush said at a Thursday press conference. Will America's efforts ultimately pay off in Iraq?11:00 a.m.
Colin Kahl: Political scientist at the University of Minnesota. Kahl has just returned from Ft. Riley, where he observed the training of U.S. Army advisors on their way to Iraq and Afghanstan. Prof. Kahl has done research for the department of Defense in Iraq, and teaches about terrorism and U.S. foreign policy.
The life of retired judge Gerald Heaney President Bush signed legislation recently officially renaming the federal building in Duluth the Gerald W. Heaney Federal Building. Heaney, who retired as a federal judge last year, was responsible for many important rulings, particularly in the area of desegregation. He also endured fierce combat in World War II.12:30 p.m.