Tonight...The O'Reilly Factor is on... Has PLO Chairman Yasser Arafat socked away more than a billion dollars in "personal assets?"  That's the accusation being made by Israel's chief of military intelligence based on documents seized from the leader's headquarter's in Ramallah and other PLO offices in the West Bank. We'll hear what the PLO's chief representative to the United States has to say about those charges.

Then, just one day after the California abduction of four-year-old Jessica Cortez, there's yet another shocking kidnapping in the news. This time a one-month-old was snatched from a Wal-Mart parking lot in Texas. The crime was caught on a surveillance tape and now the little girl is back home safe and sound. But are crimes against children out of control? And why aren't people in power doing more to stop them? We'll ask Casey Jordan, Ph.D. an Associate Professor of Criminology at Western Connecticut State University to give us a No Spin answer.

Plus, the embattled head of Florida's Department of Children and Families has finally resigned. What took Governor Jeb Bush so long?! We'll have a full report for you when investigative reporter Michele Gillen, who is working the case for Miami's WFOR-TV, joins us.

And later, meet "Sandy" a transvestite who has filed a lawsuit against a Los Angeles beauty school because his application was rejected when folks at the school realized he was not a woman! We'll also hear from Sandy's attorney, Gloria Allred

 

Finally, as the deadly West Nile virus continues to spread across the United States, we'll hear first-hand from a West Nile survivor about what

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