Tonight...The O'Reilly Factor is on... Is former U.N. weapons inspector Scott Ritter in trouble? He says Iraq is not a danger to the United States or the rest of the world. But has he been compromised by friends of Saddam Hussein? And is the FBI taking a second look at Ritter?

We'll talk with Stephen Hayes, a reporter for The Weekly Standard who has written extensively about Mr. Ritter.  

Plus, is former U.N. Weapons Inspector Scott Ritter being used as a propoganda tool by Iraq? Some curious allegations have surfaced about his activities. We'll try to get to the bottom of them this evening.

Then, they are only 13 and 14-years-old... But after beind found guilty of second degree murder, last week for killing their father, two Florida brothers, Alex and Derek King, are looking at long prison sentences. The two boys were tried as adults for their horrific crime. But is this justice or is it injustice to treat juveniles this way? Can these kids ever be rehabilitated? What should be done with young people who commit violent crimes when they are not yet legally adults? We'll hear from both sides this evening.

Also, will a Texas serial killer be let out of prison? Will the 1999 Tulia drug sweep come under renewed scrutiny? We'll speak with Texas Attorney General John Cornyn about both of these controversial topics.

And, does rap music influence little kids? What do your kid's teachers think of rap music? Some say it does more good than harm. We'll debate that question tonight.

Finally, as we approach the anniversary of the day America changed, we'll speak with one of the "Children of 9/11," Caryn Wiley, who lost her father in the World Trade Center on that terrible day.

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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