D.C. Update: Social Security, DeLay, U.N. Nomination

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NPR's Noah Adams talks with NPR political editor Ron Elving about the major issues Congress and President Bush are likely to confront in the coming week, including possible changes to the Social Security program, the debate over the ethics of House Majority Leader Tom DeLay and the stalled nomination of John Bolton as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations.



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