Tonight...The O'Reilly Factor is on...and Bill's back in New York!

How did Chandra Levy die?  Forensic experts are actively combing the site where the Washington intern's remains were found yesterday. We'll talk with a man who has been to the crime scene, forensic pathologist Cyril Wecht and our own Rita Cosby, host of Fox Wire.

Then, Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura has vetoed a bill that would have required school kids in his state to recite the Pledge of Allegiance. Did he do the right thing or is he out to lunch? We'll have a debate when civil liberties attorney Marshall Tanick joins us.

And later, while the national media focuses on the Chandra Levy story, there's another murder case that has scared parents everywhere... A 13 year old girl in Connecticut is killed by a man who picked her up on the internet. This is one report every parent should see. Dave Altimari a reporter from The Hartford-Courant will give us a debrief.

Also, one of the most racially charged words in the English language may become illegal to use in the city of Baltimore...We'll tell you what the word is and hear from Baltimore City Councilman Melvin Stukes who is leading the campaign to ban the word.

As The Factor moves along...Some American high schools have had to cancel their proms because of  "freak dancing" which is such a dirty form of dancing that authorities say it is more like sex than dance. Are they overreacting or doing the right thing? We'll hear from both sides when Heather Cirmo, from the Family Research Council and psychiatrist Henry Paul step in to the No Spin Zone. 

Finally, a new book, Women's Inhumanity to Women by psychotherapist and second wave feminist Phyllis Chesler breaks one of the last taboos about "sisterhood" between women. She says contrary to conventional wisdom, many women actually treat each other very badly. The book's naturally raising hackles in some quarters...We'll talk with the author this evening.

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