Can President Bush convince the nation of the need to attack Iraq?
We'll get a presidential speech primer from former assistant Secretary of Defense Lawrence Korb and Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz.
Could the threat of an U.S. military attack be enough to push the Iraqi people to take out Saddam? Military expert James Dunnigan, head of StrategyPage.net and author of The Next War Zone, weighs in.
Was former President Bill Clinton behind Sen. Torricelli's decision to quit his re-election bid? Karen Tumulty, Time magazine's national political correspondent, has the inside scoop.
What was it like to be at the center of attention during the chaos of the 2000 presidential election? You'll find out when we interview former Florida Secretary of State Katherine Harris, author of Center of the Storm.
Plus, could a computer game bring the Armed Forces their newest batch of recruits? We'll ask Lieutenant Col. Casey Wardynski and John Davison, editorial director of Computer Gaming World.
And, we'll be joined by NBA Hall of Famer Earvin "Magic" Johnson.
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