Bush to urge Iran to come clean about its nuclear intentions

US President George W. Bush, in his final State of the Union address on Monday, was set to demand that Iran suspend uranium enrichment that the White House says could easily be transferred to a nuclear weapons program. Excerpts of the US president's prepared text were released in advance by the White House. "Come clean about your nuclear intentions and past actions, stop your oppression at home and cease your support for terror abroad," Bush was expected to say to the Iranian government. "But above all, know this: America will confront those who threaten our troops; we will stand by our allies, and we will defend our vital interests in the Persian Gulf."