President Bush assures the country that despite recent political rifts Congress remains committed to securing the homeland.
But is that just wishful thinking? Armstrong Williams, Republican strategist and syndicated radio host, and Ellis Hennican, Newsday columnist and Democratic strategist, join the debate.
Did intelligence breakdowns lead to Sept. 11? Would an independent panel halt future problems? We'll ask Gary Aldrich, former FBI agent and president of the Patrick Henry Center, offers insight.
Is it going to take another direct attack on U.S. soil to get the Senate to agree on Saddam and homeland security? We'll be joined by Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., member of the Armed Services and Judiciary Committees.
Does the American public support an attack on Iraq? Ken Adelman, former director of the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, weighs in.
Is Usama bin Laden alive and well in Pakistan? Fox News correspondent Geraldo Rivera is on the trail.
Will a plea deal mean big problems for Martha Stewart? Fox Business News contributor Dagen McDowell explains.
Host Tony Snow brings us a preview of this week's edition of Fox News Sunday.
Plus, we'll be joined by the legendary Willie Mays.
And, the lovely and talented Kristy Swanson drops by.
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