Guests and Topics for July 26

Zacarias Moussaoui, the French-Moroccan charged with conspiring to kill and maim thousands of Americans on Sept. 11, told a federal judge on Thursday that he wanted to plead guilty to four of the six charges against him, and then abruptly withdrew the guilty plea after arguing with the judge.

Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano and Fred Graham, chief anchor and managing editor for Court TV, will help us sort through the legal complexities of this twisting tale.

Does the arrest of Adelphia's John Rigas prove that the Bush administration is serious about cracking down on corporate crooks? We'll ask Hillary Kramer, Fox News Business contributor and senior adviser and strategist for Montgomery Asset Management.

Are Democrats trying to make stocks the issue to win seats in Congress this fall? We'll ask Rep. J.D. Hayworth, R-Ariz.

Plus, we'll also get a frank assessment of the U.S. economy from Secretary of Commerce Don Evans.

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- Note: Guests and topics subject to change.