Topics and Guests for October 7

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Topics and Guests for October 7:

A 13-year-old boy was shot and critically wounded Monday morning in front of a middle school in Prince George's County, Md. It was not immediately known if the shooting was related to last week's sniper shootings that killed six people and wounded one other in the Washington area. Initial reports were that the child was shot from a distance. Stay with Fox for the latest.

While he congratulated federal lawmakers for authorizing the use of force if needed against Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, President Bush said the threat Saddam poses is "grave and growing." The president speaks tonight.
Amb. Marc Ginsberg, former U.S. ambassador to Morocco

John Walker Lindh is ready to accept a 20-year prison term, a deal struck in return for his information on former Taliban colleagues, Islamic extremists and possible Al Qaeda attacks after Sept. 11, 2001.
Shannon Spann, widow of Johnny Mike Spann, will react to the sentence

Face up to extreme fears! National Geographic channel presents Phobia airing tonight at 8:30 pm on the National Geographic channel
Dr. Michael Telch, counseling psychology for phobics
Briana McKeague, phobic, fear of enclosed spaces

You Decide 2002
Flavia Colgan, Democratic strategist
Cherylyn Harley, Republican strategist

Street Justice
His book is in bookstores everywhere, he’ll talk about it.
Chuck Zito, actor and author

Is our country going in the right direction?
Reverend Al Sharpton, author Al On America

Want to spice up your marriage? We’ll show you how to strip for the man you love!
Paulette Belmore, president and creator of Women's Institute of Learning

Iraq debate
Togo West, former secretary of the Army

Bush's upcoming speech on Iraq: Should U.S. weapons inspectors be granted more freedom?
David Albright, former weapons inspector

Salma Hayek is on Elle magazine this month. The details on her new movie and boyfriend Ed Norton!
Abigale Levinson, fashion market editor of Elle magazine

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change