Is the "one bullet" theory the answer to regime change in Iraq? Could Saddam Hussein be assassinated by his own people?
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Is Saddam too dangerous to leave alone? We'll ask Yossef Bodansky, director of the Congressional Task Force on Terrorism and Unconventional Warfare and author of The High Cost of Peace.
A brokerage assistant pleads guilty -- is Martha Stewart feeling nervous? We'll get a fair and balanced look at the travails of the domestic diva from attorney and senior writer for Smart Money magazine Andrew Anselmi and PR executive Mike Paul.
Plus, as the Major League playoffs arrive, we'll review some of baseball's greatest moments with Fox Sports' Tim McCarver.
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