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Topics and Guests for October 8:

9:35
A 13-year-old teen was shot by sniper, we’ll have the latest on his condition.
Dr. Martin Eichelberger, Children's National Medical Center in Washington pediatric surgeon

9:35
Both houses of Congress planned to open debate Tuesday on the long-awaited resolution giving President Bush the latitude he wants to confront Saddam Hussein. The House and Senate expect to pass the resolution by Thursday night, which would authorize the White House to do whatever it deems necessary to relieve Iraq of its presumed weapons of mass destruction.
Sen. Joseph Lieberman, (D-CT)

10:03
Bush's speech on Iraq
Sen. Evan Bayh, (D-IN)

10:20
Both houses of Congress planned to open debate Tuesday on the long-awaited resolution giving President Bush the latitude he wants to confront Saddam Hussein.
David Albright, former weapons inspector

10:35
Anxious parents in the suburbs around Washington accompanied their children to school and guarded intersections Tuesday, a day after a sniper linked to the murder of six adults critically wounded a middle-school pupil.
Dr. Larry Kobilinsky, forensic scientist

10:48
Saturday Night Fever hits dance floors on DVD for the first time today. We'll talk to one of the stars in the movie!
Karen Lynn Gorney, Stephanie from Saturday Night Fever

11:03
You Decide 2002: Iraq & Politics
Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX)
Sen. Bill Nelson (D-FL)

11:35
A pre-emptive war in Iraq: Who says we never strike first?
Max Boot, senior fellow of the council on foreign relations

12:10
Reacting to the president's speech.
Sec. Lawrence Eagleburger, former secretary of state

12:35
Star politics: Yet another Democratic star jumps on the Streisand bandwagon. Julia Robert's brother responds to the president's address, and why so many in Hollywood have attacked the commander-in-chief. Are their actions un-patriotic?
Eric Roberts, actor

12:48
Moonlight Mile opens in select theaters on September 27.
Susan Sarandon, Jojo Floss and executive producer
Jake Gyllenhaal, Joe Nast

1:03
Anxious parents in the suburbs around Washington accompanied their children to school and guarded intersections Tuesday, a day after a sniper linked to the murder of six adults critically wounded a middle-school pupil.
Retired Lt. Col Bill Cowan, U.S. Marine

2:03
You Decide 2002: Iraq & Politics
Ed Rogers, former deputy assistant to President George W. Bush

2:48
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