Tonight... The O'Reilly Factor is on... The government announces major arrests in the war on terror.

Three men and a woman have been arrested and charged in Portland, Oregon. They are accused of  with being members of Al Qaeda who planned to wage a war against the United States. We'll have the latest for you.

Then, think that shock radio couldn't get any worse? Well, you won't believe this story... A shock jock in Phoenix staged a cruel prank when he called the widow of baseball player Darryl Kyle and asked her if she wanted a date for the playoff game. What should happen to the guys involved in this terrible stunt? And why hasn't someone already taken some action?

And, the controversy continues over New Jersey's poet laureate, Amiri Baraka, who many believe it anti-semitic. Those charges escalated after word of a poem Baraka wrote implying that Israel knew in advance about the September 11 terror attacks. The poem has a lot of people in the Garden State upset. But guess what? It may be impossible for the governor of New Jersey to fire this guy! What? We'll have the story.

Then, an update on the Rilya Wilson case. After authorities finally arrested two of the missing girl's caregivers, their lawyers charge that they are being made into scapegoats for the state of Florida!

Also, an update on the amazon.com controversy we told you about recently. Why is the Web site still selling the book Understanding Loved Boys and Boylovers?

Finally, is there bad blood between the Bush administration and the government of Egypt? Thing have gotten worse since the U.S. Ambassador to Egypt  wrote an op-ed recently accusing the Egyptian press of irresponsibility and distorting the facts about the September 11 terror attacks. Former U. S. Ambassador to Morocco Marc Ginsburg will give us his view of what's going on.

Don't miss The O'Reilly Factor tonight at 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET! See you in the No Spin Zone!

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