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Topics and Guests for September 23:

9:03
A woman caught on videotape beating her child in a department store parking lot was expected to plead innocent at her arraignment Monday morning in Indiana. Madelyne Gorman Toogood, 25, was charged with felony battery to a child, which carries a maximum penalty of three years in prison. She surrendered to police Saturday.

9:10
Conflict in the Middle East
Edward Abington, consultant to the Palestinian authority
Mark Regev, Israeli embassy spokesman

9:20
The West Wing swept the 54th Annual Emmy Awards Sunday night. Reacting to the Emmys
Bill Mccuddy, Fox entertainment guy

9:35
West Nile virus panic: Can it cause paralysis?
Dr. Stephen Waring, epidemiologist

10:10
Former weapons inspector discusses Iraq
Col. Terence Taylor, former U.N. weapons inspector

10:35
Madelyne Toogood in court this morning: The woman caught on videotape beating her child in a department store parking lot is expected to plead innocent at her arraignment Monday morning in Indiana.
Wendy Murphy, former prosecutor
Jeralyn Merritt, criminal defense attorney

10:48
Fashion week 2003! What's hot for women's fashion this upcoming spring?
Betsey Johnson, designer

11:10
The White House sent a letter to House Speaker J. Dennis Hastert saying that it will now support the formation of an independent commission to investigate intelligence failures that contributed to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Gene Poteat, former CIA scientific officer

11:48
Emmy reaction!
Ted Johnson, TV Guide national writer

12:20
Tired of Saddam Hussein, some opposition groups speak out!
General Secretary Yonadam Kanna, Iraqi Assyrian leader

1:35
TV Guide 50 sexiest TV stars of all time is on stands today
Annabel Vered, associate editor of TV Guide

2:10
Lawmakers are close to giving President Bush the congressional authorization he wants to take on Saddam Hussein, saying they will limit the mandate to Iraq to satisfy Democrats' unease about Bush's request to restore security to the whole region.
Amb. Martin Indyk, former U.S. ambassador to Israel

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change