Tonight...The O'Reilly Factor is on....More developments from Utah to tell you about...Salt Lake City Police continue to investigate the Smart family's former handyman, Richard Ricci. Are the police closing in on a suspect? If this guy is innocent, what about that?

Then, outspoken polygamist Tom Green has been convicted of child rape for having sexual relations with the 13 year old girl who later became his wife and gave birth to seven of his many children. We'll hear what he has to say about polygamy and his faith.

Plus, has our War on Terror ground to a halt? Author and acclaimed military strategist Ralph Peters, says we are not being tough enough. He'll tell us why.

Also, a Factor Follow-Up in store for you. Remember the fancy New York church that allowed homeless people to spend the night on its Fifth Avenue steps? The church was being sued by the City of New York because the city believed that it could offer a better and safer alternative to the folks spending the night on the church's steps. Now, a federal court has ruled in favor of the church, citing the First Amendment. Is this a victory for the homeless or a tragedy? We'll take a look at the issue tonight.

And later, as The Factor moves along... why is Vermont Congressman Bernie Sanders (I) steamed about what he calls the "corporate" influence in the media? And why is he taking a shot at Fox News? He'll be in the No Spin Zone to tell us this evening.

Finally, in the Back of the Book...As part of the Patriot Act, the FBI has begun to drop by libraries around the country. The agents aren't there to check out a book, they're showing up to do checks on the reading records of suspected terrorists. Some librarians hate this idea and say it's nobody's business what you read at the library. We'll hear from both sides.

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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