President Bush announced on Wednesday that he would go to Congress before taking any action to topple Saddam Hussein. How hard will it be to sell an attack on Iraq to Washington lawmakers? We'll ask former Secretary of State Dr. Henry Kissinger.
Despite a washed out Labor Day weekend, the 2002 U.S. Open has seen some fabulous action. Who has the best shot to reach the finals? We'll get predictions from former tennis pro and ESPN commentator Luke Jensen.
Is the State Department undermining efforts to return abducted American children from Saudi Arabia? We'll get the lowdown from National Review contributor Joel Mowbray.
Should U.S. authorities have the right to question Swedish hijacking suspect Kerim Chatty, suspected of plotting to fly a plane into an U.S. embassy? We'll get the legal ins and outs from Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano.
Is there anything more important to the safety of the U.S. than the establishment of the Department of Homeland Security? We'll ask Sen. Judd Gregg, R-N.H., what the hold up is.
Plus, we'll review the role the media played throughout the attacks of Sept. 11 with Scott Pelley, CBS News correspondent and contributor to What We Saw: The Events Of September 11 - In Words Pictures And Video.
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