Guests and Topics: August 1

Tonight...The O'Reilly Factor is on... A happy ending to a harrowing experience. This morning the LA County Sheriff's Department announced a shocking kidnapping of two teenage girls in California. The girls were taken from separate cars where they were parked in a lover's lane with male friends. This afternoon law enforcement officials announced that the girls were safe and the suspect had been taken into custody. Family and friends are breathing a sigh of relief after searching furiously to find the girls in what one official termed "a life and death situation."

We'll have the latest developments for you from California and we'll speak with former FBI Profiler Clint Van Zandt about what authorities did to find the kidnapper.

Then, is the War on Terror starting to take a terrible toll on military families? Why has there been a rash of murder suicides at Ft. Bragg recently? We'll speak with Col. David Hackworth.

Plus, will the war soon expand to Iraq? Should it? Some members of Congress are insisting that they have a say in what could be shaping up as a massive military strike.

And, just what is "The 50 Mile Rule?" It's part of one woman's tips for infidelity and extramarital etiquette! Wow. We'll talk with Judith Brandt tonight. 

Finally, you hear about them all the time... Remember the story we told you about? The woman who laid down on the New York City subway tracks, got hit by a train and turned around and sued the city for millions? And won! Now meet Philip Howard, a man who says that the frivolous lawsuits that clog our courts are killing our country ... And he's a lawyer to boot! Guess what, he'll also tell us what you can do to stop them. 

Don't miss The O'Reilly Factor! See you in the No Spin Zone tonight at 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET!

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