Topics and Guests for Tuesday, September 17

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Here's a review of what was on the rundown for Tuesday, September 17:

The White House voices skepticism about Saddam Hussein's offer to allow U.N. weapons inspectors back into his country
Ed Peck, former U.S. ambassador to Iraq
Francis Brooke, Iraqi National Congress adviser
• Retired Army Col. Tim Eads

What have investigators learned about a suspected terror cell in Buffalo, N.Y.?
Mike Battle, U.S. attorney

Baghdad's offer to let weapons inspectors back into Iraq top discussions at the U.N.
Monica Crowley, FNC foreign affairs analyst
David Corn, editor of The Nation

A Georgia woman calls police after overhearing what she characterizes as a terror-related conversation between three men of Middle Eastern descent. The accused — all medical students — deny any such connections, and say the report is based on fancy 
Jeff Addicott, author of Winning the War on Terror
Robert Dunn, criminal defense attorney
Ayman Gheith, medical student
Kambiz Butt, medical student
Omar Choudhary, medical student

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