After a lengthy debate, it looks like Congress will give President Bush the nod to go after Saddam Hussein.
What took so long? Angela McGlowan, Republican strategist, and Democratic attorney Julian Epstein, join the debate.
Plus, he served in the Gulf War and even interrogated Iraqi prisoners. We'll ask Rep. Steve Buyer, R-Ind., for the low-down on what our troops may face in a rematch with Saddam.
It is reported that the suburban sniper left a tarot card at the scene of one of the shootings. Is there meaning behind this message? We'll get a read from Wald Amberstone, director of the New York Tarot School.
With little clues and no suspect, how will the authorities catch this killer? Former homicide investigator and private investigator Paul Ciolino offers insight.
Is the Pentagon one step ahead of the Hill? What are the signs we're closer to combat with Iraq? We'll ask Fox News military analyst Lt. Col. Bill Cowan.
Is there light at the end of this bear market tunnel? Fox New business correspondent and Cashin' In host Terry Keenan offers insight.
Plus, We'll get a preview of this week's edition of FOX News Sunday from host Tony Snow.
And, we'll be joined by Sopranos star Drea de Matteo.
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