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Here's a review of what was on the rundown for Tuesday, July 23:

A Jordanian man with suspected ties to Al Qaeda is nabbed in Michigan.  Custom agents catch the guy with millions of dollars in funny money.
Nabih Ayad, Omar Shishani's attorney

A Palestinian professor in the U.S. is accused of funneling money to Islamic terrorists overseas
John Loftus, former federal prosecutor

The Navy wants to create a permanent floating base for special ops, one that would roam the globe on a full-time basis and be ready to strike at a moment's notice
• Retired Navy Capt. Chuck Nash

As the stock markets go down, down, down, will the president's popularity follow?
Jonathan Weisman of the Washington Post

Congress might split up the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Is this a reaction to that nutty Pledge of Allegiance decision, or are there sound legal reasons for nuking the Ninth?
• Judge Andrew Napolitano, FNC senior judicial analyst

Democrats are once again courting controversy by refusing to set confirmation hearings for President Bush's judicial nominees
C. Boyden Gray, former White House counsel

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