Guests and Topics for July 29

We'll have a complete report on the dramatic rescue effort that pulled all nine Pennsylvania coal miners from the chamber where they were stranded far beneath the earth's surface.

Has congressional infighting stalled the president's plan for homeland security on Capitol Hill? Fox News contributor Cal Thomas offers insight.

Is Saddam Hussein using the U.N.'s "food for oil" program to aid his quest for weapons of mass destruction? We'll ask Rob Sobhani, professor of Mideast Relations and Foreign Policy at Georgetown University.

We'll sort through the Moussaoui mess with Fred Graham, Court TV's chief anchor and managing editor.

Authorities say that Omar Shishani — charged with smuggling $12 million in bogus cashiers checks into the United States — told investigators during an interview that "if you want to know about terrorism, I can help you with that." Is Shishani a credible source of information, or dead end? We'll ask David Christian, senior adviser to the U.S. Senate and a Fox News contributor.

Plus, we'll get a fascinating look at the violence in the Middle East from Paul Holmes, correspondent for Reuters Correspondent and contributor to Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Crisis in the Middle East.

And, does corporate America need a federal overhaul? We'll be joined by Alex Spanos, San Diego Chargers owner and author of Sharing The Wealth.

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- Note: Guests and topics subject to change.