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Friday, September 29, 2006
Who's ahead on CNN?
4 p.m. ET, Situation Room
-Democratic strategist James Carville and conservative commentator Bay Buchanan will weigh in on what Congress -- about to take its fall recess -- has and has not accomplished. Missouri Rep. Roy Blunt, the Majority Whip, will offer a Republican view on what's happened on Capitol Hill the last two years.

5 p.m. ET, Situation Room
- Rep. John Murtha, D-Pennsylvania, a vehement critic of the Bush administration's Iraq policy, will talk to Wolf Blitzer about the war.

10 p.m. ET, AC 360
- Robert Blackwill -- one of the architects of the Bush administration's post-war Iraq policy before resigning in late 2004 -- will discuss Bob Woodward's new book, "State of Denial." David Gergen -- a former adviser to Presidents Nixon, Ford, Reagan and Clinton -- likewise will offer his opinions on how the book and the Iraq war, generally, may affect the political landscape.
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