Guests and Topics: September 16

The former vice president is putting all his ducks in a row. Are we headed for another Bush-Gore rumble in '04?
Donna Brazile, former campaign manager for Gore

U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan announced that he had received a letter from the Iraqi government agreeing to the return of U.N. weapons inspectors without condition. Does this mean that the crisis with Iraq is now over?
Jed Babbin, former deputy undersecretary of defense
Ellis Henican, Fox News contributor

The jury says death for David Westerfield in the murder of Danielle Van Dam. But will the decision hold up?
Lis Wiehl, Fox News legal analyst
Jeralyn Merritt, defense attorney

Were our founding fathers just insulted by the Reverend Jesse Jackson? Yesterday, he told about 600 Michigan State University students that American democracy is not 200 plus years old, but it's actually 37 years old, and it started when the Voting Rights Act of 1965 was enacted.
Jesse Lee Peterson, BOND
Lawrence Guyot, civil rights activist

Six terrorist suspects were arrested, accused of being part of a sleeper terrorist cell after the break. We'll talk with the Muslim leader from Buffalo about how they could have stayed hidden for so long.
Khalid Qazi, American Muslim Council

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-All guests and topics subject to change