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Topics and Guests for September 19:
The latest homicide bombing in Israel: Downtown Tel Aviv was ripped apart by a blast at lunchtime Thursday, as a homicide bomber blew himself and five other people up aboard a bus traveling down crowded Allenby Street. At least 49 people were wounded.
Ambassador Dore Gold, former Israeli ambassador to the U.N.
What is the U.S. policy toward Iraq?
Sen. Tim Hutchinson, (R-AR), senate armed services committee
A juror in the David Westerfield trial speaks out.
Raymond Winkowski, juror
Downtown Tel Aviv was ripped apart by a blast at lunchtime Thursday, as a homicide bomber blew himself and five other people up aboard a bus traveling down crowded Allenby Street. At least 49 people were wounded.
Hasan Abdel Rahman, Palestinian authority chief representative
An e-mail between suspected members of a New York terror cell uses language that appears to mimic Usama bin Laden to describe an upcoming attack using explosives, a federal prosecutor said. Assistant U.S. Attorney William Hochul revealed the correspondence as he pressed his case to keep six men, all accused of supporting bin Laden's Al Qaeda terror network, in jail without bail. The latest on the terror busts.
Skip Brandon, former FBI deputy assistant director of counterterrorism and counterintelligence
Monica Lewinsky, Vernon Jordan and others ensnared in various White House independent counsel investigations have joined former President Clinton and Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton in seeking taxpayer reimbursement for their legal bills. The bills could total up to $7.8 million. Should Bill and Hillary get back 3.5 million for legal fees stemming from their individual investigation?
Ellis Henican, Newsday columnist
Cheri Jacobus, Republican strategist
Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld continued to make the case against Saddam Hussein Wednesday, saying weapons inspectors will not be effective enough to achieve the goal of disarming Iraq. Get reaction to Rumsfeld’s speech.
Eugene Poteat, former CIA scientific intelligence officer
Addressing Homeland Security issues: Today the governors’ guide to Homeland Security will be released.
Governor Mike Leavitt, (R-UT)
Governor Roy Barnes, (D-GA)
Fashion Week 2003: Get a look at the upcoming spring collection.
Joseph Abboud, designer
A key player from the Gulf War joins Fox News Live to discuss what it would take to beat Iraq.
Retired Lt. Gen. Charles Horner, USAF
Target Iraq? Egypt responds.
Ahmed Maher, Egyptian foreign minister
Action against Iraq? Is momentum for support in the United Nations dwindling?
David Aaron, deputy national security adviser to President Carter
One young woman buys a new face and body after 15 plastic surgeries, she’ll tell her story!
Neikie Reno, aspiring model and actress who had 15 plastic surgeries
Dr. Pamela Lipkin, NY plastic surgeon
NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change