SNEAK PEEK: 9/11 and Iraq hearings

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Rep. Tom Tancredo and other representatives will be in the Cannon building to hold a 12 pm ET briefing with members of the Iraqi and UK parliaments and European Union to discuss options for Iraq.

And the Democrats… ABC News' Donna Hunter reports that Chris Dodd joins the list of 2008 presidential hopefuls in the quest for book sales – his new book, "Letters from Nuremberg My Father's Narrative of a Quest for Justice," hits stores tomorrow/ The book is a compilation of letters Dodd's father Sen. Thomas J. Dodd wrote to his wife Grace while serving as the number two U.S. Prosecutor on the Nuremberg trials post World War II in the summer of 1945.

Hunter said that Dodd received a $30,000 advance for "Letters from Nuremberg," which is only a fraction of what his better known Presidential contenders received for their books. Obama's "The Audacity of Hope" fetched a $425,000 advance against royalties; John Edwards received a $500,000 advance for "Home: The Blueprints of Our Lives," and Biden received a $112,000 advance for "Promises to Keep: On Life and Politics," released last month.

John Edwards and his wife are in South Carolina. They have no public events scheduled for 9/11.

Gov. Richardson has no public events scheduled.

Dennis Kucinich is in Washington.

Mike Gravel will be in New York City for a press conference at City Hall at 1 pm ET and then heads to the United Nations at 2:30 pm ET to discuss the Petraeus report as well as make remarks on the anniversary of 9/11.

POLITICAL STORIES ON ABCNEWS.COM: ABC News' Jonathan Karl and Jennifer Parker: Day of Reckoning for Bush's Iraq Strategy LINK

ABC News' Jake Tapper: MoveOn.org Ad Takes Aim at Petraeus LINK

ABC News' Gary Langer: Iraqis' Own Surge Assessment: Few See Security Gains LINK

POLITICAL VIDEO ON ABCNEWS.COM:

Petraeus Briefs Congress Gen. Petraeus says troop levels can be reduced to pre-surge levels by summer 08 LINK

Iraq Hearing Becomes a Real Scream Loud protesters are removed from congressional hearing on Iraq LINK

US Amb to Iraq is 'Frustrated' Amb Crocker: "I'm frustrated everyday I spend in Iraq on the lack of progress" LINK

Hagel Won't Seek Reelection Sen. Hagel announces he won't seek reelection or an elective office in '08 LINK

Terrorism Officials Testify on Capitol Hill Top government officials brief Congress on progress LINK

'We're Safer' After Sept. 11 National security leaders update Senate with terror threat assessment LINK

The Hunt for Osama On the trail of Osama bin Laden in the mountains of Pakistan LINK

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