Tonight...The O'Reilly Factor is on... Civilian families of those who perished on September 11 say they have been stunned by the news that emergency workers have received seven times more money from charities than their civilian loved ones. Should civilians receive as much as emergency workers or is extra compensation after death proper for those who choose a potentially life-threatening profession? We'll hear from both sides.
Then, is racism or safety behind a decision by Pizza Hut not to deliver to a predominantly black neighborhood after dark? We'll have a report.
Plus, D-Day for domestic diva Martha Stewart. She's facing a congressional deadline today to turn over her records pertaining to the ImClone insider trading investigation. One report now says that Martha thinks she is also the victim of a right wing conspiracy, because she has contributed to Democratic causes! We'll tell you all about the deadline and the conspiracy theory tonight.
Also, the New York Times says it will print notices from same-sex couples who have a "ceremony of commitment" just like the heterosexual couples who announce their weddings in the newspaper. Should newspapers follow tradition or is it time to recognize how society has changed? We'll have a debate.
And later, a sperm donor sues for visitation rights... But a Florida Appeals court says no. Why shouldn't this man be allowed to see the twins he fathered? We'll debate that question, too.
Finally, a bear attacks a baby in a stroller at a vacation area in New York state. And the baby winds up dead! We'll have the shockign story for you.
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