Tonight...The O'Reilly Factor is on... Are the Saudis really our ally in the War on Terror?

We'll hear from Simon Henderson, an adjunct scholar at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy who says that since September 11 it has become increasingly clear that the "American way" of doing things is very different from the "Saudi way."

Then, more trouble for New Jersey Senator Robert Torricelli? Did he once speak to a group with terrorist ties? A videotape of Torricelli's remarks, delivered while he was still a New Jersey Congressman, nine years ago, has surfaced. On it, the Senator says some dubious things. We'll play that tape for you. And we'll get some perspective from Kirk Victor a correspondent with The National Journal.

Plus, famed criminal defense attorney Mickey Sherman discusses the increasing furor over lawyers and the public outcry over what some see as questionable ethics when it comes to defendings criminals. He'll also give us an update on his client, Michael Skakel, who he says is innocent and not guilty of killing his former neighbor, Martha Moxley.

Also, another case of vigilante justice... this time in Michigan. You won't believe this story!

And later, did an AIDS prevention group in San Francisco actually use government money to promote sex? If they did... they broke the law. After The Factor brought this story to national attention, the CDC will investigate this week. And we'll hear from both sides on this issue.

Finally, the Attorney General was very excited when he announced the arrest of terror suspect Jose Padilla earlier this year. But does the government really have a hard and fast case against him? And can they win it in court? Newsweek's Michael Isikoff has been investigating. Wait till you hear what he's uncovered.

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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