Topics and Guests for September 10

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Topics and Guests for September 10:

9-11: The mother of a Port Authority police officer who died, gave President Bush her son's shield. The president held it up and talked about it when he addressed the nation and a joint session of Congress on September 20, 2001
Arlene Howard, lost son, George Howard

U.N. weapons inspections, are they a worthwhile endeavor or a lost cause?
Col. Terence Taylor, former commissioner of U.N. Special Commission on Iraq

Tommorrow is September 11: Cantor Fitzgerald lost 658 people. A WTC survivor from Cantor, who lost her son tells us the amazing story of how she was entering the WTC when the first plane hit and she was knocked out cold between the two buildings. Find out how a page from her son saved her life.
Alicia Leguillow, WTC survivor who lost her son Nestor on September 11.

The FBI posted a bulletin on its web site advising that local electrical companies and transportation agencies be on alert Sept. 11. More on this anniversary alert.
Buck Revell, former FBI

When religion becomes evil: Understanding religious commitments in the 21st century and their consequences for the future of humanity.
Charles Kimball, author of When Religion Becomes Evil

This week in the media: Iraq
Eric Burns, host of Fox News Watch
Robert Lichter, president of Center for Media and Public Affairs

U.S. lawmakers will discuss on Tuesday the findings of their probe into whether Martha Stewart had inside information when she sold ImClone Systems Inc. shares.
Rep. Diana Degette, (D-CO)

What are the U.S.objectives in attacking Iraq?
Graham Allison, former assistant secretary of defense
Jed Babbin, former deputy undersecretary of defense

Shocking exposé reveals the sellouts, corruption, and chaos that still cripple our immigration system. And how is national security now, one year after the September 11 terrorist attacks?
Michelle Malkin
author of Invasion: How America Still Welcomes Terrorists, Criminals, and Other Foreign Menaces to our Shores

Remembering 9/11: How have we changed as a nation? What have we accomplished in the past year? Where do we go from here?
Sen. John Breaux (D-LA)
Sen. Charles Grassley (R-IA)

See powerful, one-of-a-kind images that pay homage to the fire department and port authority police while tastefully capturing the real emotion that existed at Ground Zero.
Gary Suson, the official photographer at Ground Zero for the Uniformed Firefighters Association

Reflections From Ground Zero airing on Showtime tonight at 8pm
Rachel Zabar, director of One Life
Cindy Rice, mother of 9-11 victim David Harlow Rice
Hugh Rice, father of 9-11 victim David Harlow Rice

We’ll talk to the first firefighter who reached the Pentagon after the plane hit. More on what he saw that tragic day.
Major Dean Eckmann, U.S. Airforce 119th fighter wing

Tomorrow, Marian Fontana and her husband would have celebrated their 9th wedding anniversary. Instead that date marks his death.
Marian Fontana, president of the 9-11 Widows' and Victims' Families Association

Lee Ann Womack will sing her hit song, Something Worth Leaving Behind -- live!
Lee Ann Womack, CMA female vocalist of the year
Mike Waldron, guitarist
Rob McNelley, guitarist

9/11: Welles Crowther is a volunteer firefighter and trader who lost his life saving others. His parents and a woman he saved will talk to Fox News Live.
Alison and Jefferson Crowther, their son lost his life saving others on 9/11
Ling Young, WTC burn victim and survivor that Welles Crowther saved

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change