-- 11:00 am ET: Participates in health-care forum at Kaiser Family Foundation, Washington, DC
--12:05 pm ET: Holds media availability, Washington, DC
-- 7:40 am ET: Appears on Fox Business Channel with Alexis Glick, New York, NY
--4:00 pm ET: Appears on Fox News' "Your World with Neal Cavuto," New York, NY
--7:30 pm ET: Appears on Fox Business Channel "America's Nightly Scorecard," New York, NY
--8:00 pm ET Appears on Fox News' "The O'Reilly Factor," New York, NY
--9:00 pm ET: Appears on Fox News' "Hannity and Colmes"with his wife, Janet Huckabee, New York, NY
-- Attends a breakfast fundraiser, Los Gatos, CA (closed press)
--Attends a lunch fundraiser, San Francisco, CA (closed press)
--Attends an evening fundraiser, Carmichael, CA (closed press)
FIRST LADY LAURA BUSH
-- 9:45 am ET: Speaks at the Preserve America/Save America's Treasures legislation announcement, Washington, DC
-- 11:05 am ET: Makes remarks at the 2007 Grocery Manufactures Association/Food Products Association Fall Conference, Renaissance Hotel, Washington, DC
POLITICAL NEWS STORIES ON ABCNEWS.COM
ABC News' Jonathan Karl and Kirit Radia: "Exclusive: ABC News Obtains Text of Blackwater Immunity Deal" LINK
ABC News' Cynthia McFadden, Mary Claude Foster and Julia Hoppock: "Exclusive: The McCain Women Speak Out" LINK
ABC News' Z. Byron Wolf: " Ron Paul on 'Tonight' Tonight" LINK
ABC News' Z. Byron Wolf: "'08 Dems Lobby Against Bush's AG Pick" LINK
POLITICAL VIDEOS ON ABCNEWS.COM
Showdown in Philly ABC's David Wright has a preview of tonight's Democratic debate. LINK
Nightline Webcast: The McCain Women 10.30.07: John McCain's wife, mother, and daughter discuss his run for office. LINK
Huckabee Rising Baptist minister and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee is up in the polls. LINK
Bush: 'Congress Is Not Getting Its Work Done' Flanked by GOP leadership, Bush calls Congress' record "the worst" in 20 years. LINK
Blackwater Investigation Hits Snag State Department may have made an unauthorized offer of immunity. LINK
INTERN FOR ABC NEWS POLITICAL UNIT:
The ABC News Political Unit is now seeking three full-time spring interns in Washington, D.C.
The internship begins Monday, Dec. 31, and runs through Friday, May 25.
Not only do Political Unit interns attend political events and write for the politics page of ABCNews.com, they also help us by conducting research, maintaining contact lists, and building the next day's political schedule.
In order to apply, you must be either a graduate student or a college student who has completed his or her first year.
You also must be able to work eight hours per day, starting early, Monday through Friday.
Interns will be paid $8.50/hour.
If you write well, don't mind getting up early, and have some familiarity with web publishing, send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible, with the subject line: "INTERN" in all caps. Please indicate in your cover letter the dates of your availability.