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Stories for Tuesday, Nov. 12:

• President Bush says this is Saddam Hussein's last chance to disarm voluntarily, and that if he doesn't comply with the terms of the U.N. resolution, he faces "serious consequences". How will he respond? Retired Marine Lt. Col. Bill Cowan and retired Army Major Bob Bevelacqua will join us to discuss.

The Iraqi parliament says that it doesn't matter whether it votes yes or no on letting U.N. weapons inspectors back into the country, that the U.S. will attack Iraq anyway. We'll turn to FNC correspondent Greg Palkot, who's in the region, for more on the reaction.

• Should there be a U.S. invasion of Iraq, are our troops ready for a possible chemical attack? We'll ask Dr. Frank Gaffney, former assistant secretary of defense during the Reagan administration.

• Congress is back in session with some big changes on the horizon. Not only have Republicans taken control of both chambers, but Rep. Dick Gephardt, D-Mo., has announced he will step down from his position as House minority leader. Who will succeed him, and who will lead the Democratic Party? We'll talk to Rep. Harold Ford, Jr., D-Tenn.

These stories ... and more on Studio B With Shepard Smith at 3 p.m. ET.

Note: Topics subject to change