Iraq, Economy Dominate State of Union Speech

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President Bush uses his State of the Union address to build a case for war with Iraq, but also outlines an ambitious domestic agenda for Congress, including health care reform and economic revival. He says Secretary of State Colin Powell will go to the U.N. Security Council on Feb. 5 to emphasize "the facts of Iraq's ongoing defiance of the world." NPR's Nancy Marshall reports.

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