Tonight...go on the record...with Greta! Should the pre-September 11 terror briefings be released to the public? We'll have a live report on the latest with our own Jim Rosen and then we'll hear from both sides on this controversial issues. Joining us this evening: Tennessee Democrat Rep. Harold Ford, Jr. and Georgia Republican Rep. Jack Kingston.
Then, we'll also take a look at the firestorm surrounding a 1999 Library of Congress report which eerily warned of an attack by terrorists on federal buildings, including the Pentagon. Was the report ignored? Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich recommended that we increase homeland security when he was still in Congress way back in 1999. He weighs in the the topic this evening.
Plus, should the Federal Aviation Administration have communicated more directly with the heads of commercial airline companies to warn them of possible hijackings after the so-called "20th hijacker" Zacarias Moussaoui was arrested? The arrest was made before the terror attacks...We talk with two aviation experts: Former FAA Security Director Billie Vincent and Michael Goldfarb, former FAA Chief of Staff.
Also, the War on Terror continues around the world even as the debate about the terror attacks goes on. Tonight we'll bring you an update with a live report from Kabul and get a look at all the developments with our two Fox News military experts, retired Army Lt. Col. Bob Maginnis and retired Marine Lt. Col. Bill Cowan.
And later, actor Robert Blake returns to court today. Could he be released? We'll fill you in on the latest from Los Angeles when legal ethics expert Diane Karpman and former L.A. Deputy District Attorney Robert Ernenwein go on the record.
Finally, he was the highest-ranking firefighter to escape from the World Trade Center on September 11. Now he's written a book about it called Last Man Down. Don't miss FDNY Battallion Commander Richard "Pitch" Picciotto's unbelieveable personal story this evening.
Join us this evening at 10 p.m. ET for On the Record With Greta Van Susteren, only on the FOX News Channel.
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