Guests and Topics for May 31

Could a war between India and Pakistan impact our War on Terror?

FOX News military analyst Major Bob Bevelacqua.

Is the threat of a nuclear conflict between India and Pakistan weighing on Wall Street? We'll ask the Bulls & Bears' Scott Bleier, president of Hybrid Investors.

The FBI is reorganizing — dramatically decentralizing the organization and allowing field agents to conduct more undercover and surveillance work in an effort to prevent terrorist attacks. What is to like or dislike about the new plan? We'll ask Oklahoma Gov. Frank Keating, R-Okla.

Plus, how will these new priorities impact the FBI's efforts in areas like the war on drugs and white-collar crime? Kris Kolesnik, executive director of the Nationall Whistleblower Center and former congressional investigator, weighs in.

And, what on earth is the Yoo-Hoo Big Stink'n Tour 2002? Watch the show and you'll find out.

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