Here's what we're looking at for Monday on TODAY:
Decision '08: Interview with Hillary
Her every move is carefully watched. She is cautiously serving her term in the senate. The role of her husband is considered a secret weapon. Does Hillary Clinton have what it takes to be our nation's first female president? We'll have a LIVE interview with the senator in the morning.
President Carter vs. Bush Administration
The White House today responded to President Jimmy Carter calling the Bush administration "the worst in history" saying that the former President is becoming "increasingly irrelevant." Tomorrow we'll talk to President Carter LIVE and we'll get the latest on this political firestorm. We'll also hear about President Carter's annual project with Habitat for Humanity as they raise the walls on the 1,001th Habitat home built in the Gulf Coast since Hurricanes Katrina and Rita hit.
Search Continues for Missing Soldiers
The U.S. and Iraqi armies continued to search for three U.S. soldiers that went missing more than 8 days ago. Reports out this weekend said that the army believes that 2 of the 3 may still be alive. We'll have the very latest on this story in the morning.
What Else We're Working on for Tomorrow:
- Travel Detective: Time Share Scams
- Madelyn Fernstrom tells us about Food Addictions
We'll keep you posted if anything changes. Otherwise, see you in the morning.
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