Tonight...The O'Reilly Factor is on....The government says that a former gang member from Chicago turned Al Qaeda operative, had plans to use a radioactive or "dirty" bomb on U.S. soil. The man is now behind bars. We'll have complete analysis of this frightening situation.

We'll welcome our guests: Eric Haney, a founding member of the Delta Force and Ian Cuthbertson, the Counter-terrorism Director for the World Policy Institute.

Plus, what are the rights of an American citizen who plotted to use terror against his own country? If you plan on committing mass murder for Al Qaeda should you be treated like a prisoner of war and turned over to a military court or should you be treated as a civilian and offered your full rights under the constitution? We'll hear from both sides when former federal prosecutor Paul Rosenzweig and Leon Friedman, a Professor of Constitutional Law at Hofstra University join us.

Then, should Congress investigate Judge Shira Sheindlin? We told you about her last week. She is the judge who allowed a man suspected of having links to known terrorists to go free. We'll talk with Rep. Jo Ann Davis, a Republican from Virginia, about what Congress should do in this case.

Also, an undercover operation involving teens and alcohol in Florida yields some surprising results...Just how easy is it for kids to buy booze? It's all on the videotape! You've got to see this report. And we'll bring it to you when we speak with Florida State Attorney Harry Shorstein.

And later, as we continue to follow the tragic kidnapping of 14 year-old Elizabeth Smart in Utah, just how often are kids in this country snatched from their own homes? We'll get the facts from kidnapping expert Loren Brooks.

And finally, in the Back of the Book segment...meet Jennifer Portnick, who wanted to become an instructor for the Jazzercize Corporation but was turned down because the company decided she was overweight. She challenged the naysayers and won! We'll hear her inspiring personal story tonight. And we'll talk with Sandra Solovay, Portnick's attorney.

Don't miss a minute of The Factor! See you in the No Spin Zone tonight at 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET!

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