Rice to Testify?

Perhaps, but there’s still the hang-up of whether or not she’ll swear to tell the truth:

The White House looked for a deal on Monday with the Sept. 11, 2001, commission under which national security adviser Condoleezza Rice would appear in private before the panel, but it refused to budge in the face of demands she testify in public and under oath.

I’ll repeat my earlier point: Dr. Rice can refuse to answer questions (e.g., if the answers would compromise national security or violate executive priviledge), so I can only divine one reason why she would refused to testify under oath, which I’ll politely leave unsaid.