Tonight...The O'Reilly Factor is on....Is the Bush administration trying to scare Americans with radioactive bomb talk and divert attention away from some intelligence failures? We'll debate that point of view with Democratic Strategist Peter Fenn.

Then, some explosive revelations from our segment last night about the search for missing 14 year-old Elizabeth Smart in Utah. We'll follow-up this evening with Mark Klass, from the Klasskids Foundation.

Plus, a look at the issues in the trial of the alleged killer of another girl, Danielle Van Dam, who was also snatched out of her home in the San Diego area. Should the judge allow unsavory revelations about the girl's parents in court? We'll take a look at that question with Newsweek reporter Jamie Reno who has been covering the case for the magazine.

Also, Arizona Republican Rep. J.D. Hayworth will tell us what the government should do about the 9/11 charities mess.

And later, as The Factor moves along....John McEnroe steps off the court and straight into the No Spin Zone. He's written a new book called You Cannot Be Serious that talks about not only his tennis career but his failed marriage to Tatum O'Neal and his current marriage to musician Patty Smyth. So why's this book generating even more controversy?  Find out tonight.

Finally, in 1998 a student at the University of Texas at Austin yelled at former President George Bush and used an expletive. Now the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals says that Thomas Markovich must be tried for heckling Bush. Although the outburst was considered a minor outburst at the time, the order to go to trial is raising free speech issues. We'll talk with Markovich's attorney Kenneth Houp this evening.

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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