Today we are keeping our eye on developments on Capitol Hill. As I write, the Senate is voting on three Iraq resolutions. The most controversial is offered by Democrats and sets a timeline or "goal" for withdrawing most troops by March, 2008. It failed by a close vote moments ago. We will keep watching and have the details tonight on today's other votes.
In other news, we will have a full report on Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the al-Qaida suspect who claims responsibility for the Sept. 11 attacks. According to Pentagon documents, he says he also beheaded American journalist Daniel Pearl. He is admitting involvement in more than 30 plots or attacks, but is he telling the full truth?
On the political front, a big development in California: Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed a bill moving California's presidential primary date to February 5, 2008. California is just one of many states considering that date, and it means an advanced primary season and nominating process. Related to that, we are on the campaign trail with Republican candidate, Sen. John McCain and we will look at his move from being the maverick to the establishment candidate -- a move that doesn't seem to be working for him according to recent polls. Chip Reid will have more from Iowa.
Also tonight, a look at college students who are combining binge drinking with prescription drugs, and the zero tolerance response on some college campuses. And more of our series "What Works." See you tonight.