Tonight...The O'Reilly Factor is on... A Factor exclusive! Two American women being held in Saudi Arabia--their mother says they are being kept there against their will. We spoke to the daughters of Pat Roush this weekend. We'll tell you what the situation is and we'll get a de-brief from Factor producer Stacey Hocheiser plus reaction from Pat Roush and also from Dria Davis, who was actually kidnapped to Saudi Arabia but managed to escape two years later.

Then, a very troubling videotape shows a man being gunned down by police in a section of Los Angeles. We'll speak with the man's mother Norma Martinez and her attorney Steve Lerman.

Also, as U.S. Open Tennis begins its second week in New York, have you seen some of the outfits that have been sported by female champs on the court? What's this all about? We'll ask the Editor-in-Chief of FHM magazine, Scott Gramling.

Plus, is The Factor a "gay spin zone"?! That's what Steve Bennett tells the Concerned Women of America and he'll be here to explain his charges.

And later, a Factor Follow-Up for you... What do America's taxpayers owe those who are unable or unwilling to support themselves? In Orlando, Florida, the city has cracked down on the homeless and is throwing them in jail if they are caught sitting or lying down on public sidewalks. We'll speak to a woman who says that is flat-out wrong! And we'll find out why Marilyn Gordon, the Executive Director of the Homeless Services Network of Central Florida feels so strongly about it.

Finally, England's Princes William and Harry are known around the world. We'll have an inside look at how they are behaving, five years after the death of their mother, Princess Diana. British reporter Hugh Vickers will give us the scoop. And believe us, it's pretty good!

Don't miss a minute of The O'Reilly Factor. See you in the No Spin Zone tonight at 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET!

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