Topics and Guests for September 18

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Topics and Guests for September 18:

President Bush is turning on the charm with congressional leaders Wednesday morning, inviting them to breakfast at the White House to discuss legislation empowering him to use "all appropriate means" against Baghdad.
Robert Mcfarlane, former national security advisor

Joint Intelligence committee begins its first open hearing today at 10am
Rep. Porter Goss, (R-FL)

U.S. special forces and the CIA are preparing to move against Al Qaeda elements believed hiding in the region around the Horn of Africa, possibly sending troops to capture fighters in Usama bin Laden's ancestral homeland of Yemen, officials said Wednesday.
Retired Major Bob Bevelacqua, former Green Beret

Christopher Reeve: Courageous Steps airs tonight, Wednesday, September 18 10 PM ET
Matthew Reeve, son of Christopher Reeve
Dr. John Mcdonald, oversaw Reeve's treatment

Bush scoffs at Iraqi leader's promise to admit weapons inspectors, predicts United Nations will support U.S.
Adm Stansfield Turner, former head of the CIA

Go Speed Racer!
Jeff Gordon, new Elmo race car

While six suspected members of an Al Qaeda-trained terror cell remain in custody in upstate New York, their alleged ringleader is likely free in Yemen, investigators said. How is U.S. Intelligence is now tracking more cells?
Walter Hansen, former FBI official

Time magazine previews the first affordably priced robot built to live in your home!
Lev Grossman, senior writer of Time magazine

More on a September 16, New York Times editorial: "Why Iraq Will Defeat Arms Inspectors"
Dr. Kelly Motz, editor of

U.S. intelligence agencies had many warnings of possible attacks against the United States before the Sept. 11 hijackings but apparently no details about what terrorists had planned for that day, a congressional official said. What happened?
Stephen Push, lost his wife, she was in the plane that crashed into the Pentagon

How much of taking Baghdad would be a covert action?
Retired Lt. Col. Tim Eads, former U.S. Army special operations

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change