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Topics and Guests for October 1:
A passenger slashed the throat of a Greyhound driver as he traveled down a California freeway Monday night, causing his bus to careen out of control, authorities said. At least two people died and dozens were injured.
Lt. Margaret Mims, Fresno County sheriff department
Remains are found and could be Jennifer Short
Sheriff Frank Cassell, Henry Country sheriff
Iraq's weapons of mass destruction, Can we disarm Iraq through weapons inspections?
Tim Trevan, a former adviser to the U.N. weapons inspection program
Leann’s new CD Twisted Angel is in stores today
Leann Rimes, singer and songwriter
U.S. prepares for a military strike on Iraq.
Retired Captain Wade Ishimoto, Delta Force
The Bachelor airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET on ABC.
Aaron Buerge, the bachelor
Suffering from an ethics controversy that maintained traction all summer long, New Jersey Sen. Robert Torricelli dropped out of his re-election race Monday. And the latest in the New Jersey senate race.
Mark Mellman, Democratic strategist
Ron Kaufman, Republican strategist
Lt. General Tom McInerney, Fox News Channel military analyst
Coming to America: Starting today, immigration inspectors are set to start registering men, ages 16 to 45 from Saudi Arabia, Pakistan and Yemen. The program was officially launched on September 11 when the U.S. began registering visitors from Iran, Iraq, Libya and Sudan
Julian Epstein, former chief counsel for the Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee
Ira Mehlman, media director for the Federation for American
Wife on strike because husband is out fishing too much!
Kathy Thompson, wife on strike
Critics say President Bush's seeking the blessing of the United Nations -- a "paper tiger" of legendary lethargy and inaction -- before moving on Iraq is a waste of time. "I believe the U.N. is a paper tiger and has demonstrated that with Iraq over the last 10 years," said Fred Gedrich, a former State Department official and spokesman for the Washington, D.C.-based Freedom Alliance.
Rep. Nick Rahall, (D-WV)
Rep. Duncan Hunter, (R-CA)
Are nightclubs a spot for terrorists to attack? Some analysts and club owners think so and are holding a national training symposium tomorrow for nightclub security.
Martin Codd, president of Club Nation in New York
Election 2002: What is the Hollywood factor?
Rich Lowry, National Review editor
Susan Estrich, former Mike Dukakis campaign manager
Remains are found and could be Jennifer Short.
Dr. Cyril Wecht, forensic pathologist
NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change