President Bush on Saturday described Iraq as an "enemy until proven otherwise" but said he had no timetable for deciding whether to use military force to topple Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.

We'll ask Fox News foreign affairs analyst Dennis Ross to break down the president's message to Saddam.

Has Martha Stewart's refusal to comment on the ImClone scandal hurt her public image? We'll be joined by New York Post columnist Christopher Byron, author of Martha Inc.

Are the Palestinians ready for new leadership? We'll ask Omar Karsou, founder of Democracy in Palestine.

Is the Bush administration serious about the security of the nation's transportation infrastructure? We'll ask James Loy, the new head of the Transportation Security Administration.

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