Topics and Guests for September 17

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Topics and Guests for September 17:

Iraq agreed to re-admit U.N. weapons inspectors without conditions -- but the White House dismissed the move as a stall for time and said it will continue to push for a Security Council resolution.
Charles Duelfer, former deputy chief, UN weapons inspector

We know what President Bush wants to do with Saddam but what about the Senate?
Sen. Bill Nelson, (D-FL)

A jury decided Monday that David Westerfield should get the death penalty for killing 7-year-old neighbor Danielle van Dam, the little girl who vanished from her bedroom in the first in a string of high-profile child abductions across the country this year.
Mike Still, former San Diego prosecutor
Bob Grimes, criminal defense attorney

Ramzi Binalshibh, one of the biggest prizes in the U.S.-led war on terror, could be the first alleged terrorist tried before a military tribunal, after interrogators try to learn all they can from the alleged Al Qaeda lieutenant.
Mike Battles, former CIA operations officer

Assessing Iraq's nuclear capability: Should we be worried?
Ambassador Thomas Graham Jr, advisor to the last 6 White House administrations advising presidents on international nuclear capability

To invade or to not invade Iraq? How does oil factor into the equation?
Daniel Yergin, oil analyst

Survivor is back!: The Thailand Survivor season premieres Thursday, September 19 at 8p.m. ET on CBS.
Jeff Probst, host of Survivor

Five men were arrested in Buffalo NY on suspicion of being Al Qaeda members, and a sixth man connected with alleged terror group was arrested in Bahrain.
George Andrew, former FBI official

As news comes out about Al Qaeda members regrouping in Pakistan, can the U.S. rely on the Pakistani government for assistance in arresting the terrorists?
Assad Hayauddin, Pakistani embassy spokesman

Axis of evil: Onto Iraq?
We'll speak to Bush's former speechwriter who coined the phrase 'axis of evil', about the president's UN speech and the likely war with Saddam.
David Frum, former Bush speechwriter

A story of sex, drugs, rock & roll, fashion and recovery…
Janice Dickinson, a former supermodel who exposes the modeling world and the author of No Lifeguard on Duty, the Accidental Life of the World's First Supermodel

A look into the different military strategies on entering Iraq
Lt. Col. Doug Wisnioski, former U.S. Army Green Beret
Retired Captain Chuck Nash, U.S. Navy

Why should we trust the foreign minister of Iraq?
Newt Gingrich, former speaker of the house

Military strategy and Iraq
Retired Major General Paul Vallely, U.S. Army

"Hell on Wheels" – more on a biker feature story in the September 2002 issue of Maxim
Albert Baime, senior editor of Maxim

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change