Police want to question a man named Bret Michael Edmunds who they say may have information about last week's gunpoint abduction of 14-year-old Elizabeth Smart.
The police emphasized that Edmunds, 26, was wanted for questioning only. "We don't think he's a suspect at this point," Salt Lake City Police Sgt. Fred Louis said.
We’ll ask Louis Palumbo, former police detective and director of Elite Security Ltd., if the police are close to naming a suspect.
How successful will President Bush's new Homeland Security office be? Or will battles over turf short circuit the initiative? We'll ask former Rep. John Kasich, host of Heroes.
Was the timing of the announcement of the detention of Jose Padilla, the "dirty bomb" suspect, a political move by the Bush administration to take the heat off of the FBI and the CIA? Democratic strategist Michael Bloomfield and Republican strategist Cheri Jacobus join the debate.
How much information do authorities think they will be able to extract out of Padilla? Lawrence Korb, former assistant Defense Secretary under former President Reagan, joins the debate.
Plus, we'll preview some great gifts for Dad on Father's Day with Ed Curran, Technogadgets.com guy, meteorologist and inventor.
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