Guests and Topics for August 8

Congressional investigators asked for additional records from Martha Stewart on Tuesday, as they widened the probe into her sale of ImClone shares a day before they plummeted.

Is the domestic diva circling the wagons? Can she avoid legal peril? We'll be joined by Hilary Kramer of Montgomery Asset Management and attorney Peter Johnson.

Could President Bush declare war on Iraq without having Congress sign off on it? We'll ask Rep. Christopher Shays, R-Conn.

Should we be surprised that Saudi Arabia has made clear to Washington -- publicly and privately -- that the U.S. military will not be allowed to use the Kingdom's soil in any way for an attack on Iraq? We'll ask Steve Malzberg, columnist for

Plus, Ultimate Fighting Lightweight Champion Tito Ortiz will see if Brian has the right stuff.

And, we'll be joined by country music legend Charlie Daniels.

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- Note: Guests and topics subject to change.