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Here's a review of what was on the rundown for Monday, September 2:

A terror hijack suspect held in a Swedish jail has been accused of planning to crash a jetliner into an American embassy. And once again, the terror trail leads to a U.S. flight school
• Hans Ugglas, attorney
• Retired Army Major Bob Bevelacqua

To bomb or not to bomb?  The debate over Iraq. The president and vice president have been making the case to attack, but some reports say the administration is divided
Matt Cooper of Time magazine

Why are many members of the first Bush administration speaking out on Iraq?  Most seem to be sounding a retreat, while the current President Bush sounds a charge
Bill Kristol, FNC political analyst

By making their voices heard, corporate whistle-blowers frequently risk retaliation. So are there laws to protect them?
• Judge Andrew Napolitano, FNC senior judicial analyst

Democrats are gearing up to take control of Congress in this year's elections, but have they got what it takes? 
Jake Tapper of the New York Times Magazine

How is the outcome of the November elections likely to affect President Bush's agenda?
Ann Coulter, author of Slander: Liberal Lies About the American Right

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