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Topics and Guests for October 10:

9:10
Killing spree -- how can parents protect Maryland school kids?
Dr. Nancy Grasmick, Maryland schools superintendent

9:20
Police across the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area were scrambling Thursday morning to determine whether the suburban sniper had struck again. A man was shot dead Wednesday night at a gas station near Manassas, Va., about 30 miles west of the District. Virginia State Police said two men were seen driving away in a white minivan after the shooting.
Gary Aldrich, former FBI agent

9:40
The House is scheduled to vote on an Iraq resolution today.
Rep. Martin Frost, (D-TX)

9:50
The Senate experienced two unusual events Thursday relating to the debate on a resolution authorizing action against Iraq: for one, senators showed up. Two, the lead guardian of the Senate's rules asked that they be broken.
Rep. Tom Delay, (R-TX)

10:10
Iraq is being compared to the Gulf War how can we bring together a stronger military campaign against Saddam?
Retired Col. John Warden II, chief architect behind the war plan

10:35
Daniel Pearl's day. In honor of what would be his 39th birthday, the Daniel Pearl Foundation is presenting 'The Daniel Pearl Music Day', today.
Michelle Pearl, Daniel Pearl's sister

11:10
Maryland manhunt: What the bullets say?
Danny Coulson, former FBI deputy assistant director

11:35
An Ohio state serial rapist on the loose. What is being done to catch the attacker?
Sgt. Earl Smith, Columbus police department

11:48
Award-winning stage and screen actor Joel Grey will appear at bay street theatre in Sag Harbor for a special benefit evening on Saturday, October 12, 2002
Joel Grey, actor

12:20
The Maryland killing spree
Lou Bertram, former FBI agent who worked on unabomber task force

12:48
Does it pay to get a divorce?
Hear some outrageous facts about divorce among America's richest.
Davide Dukcevich, staff writer at Forbes.com

1:10
Maryland shooting spree. A wealthy California business man donates more than $50,000 to catch the killer on the loose.
Tim Blixseth, California businessman

1:48
O.J. Simpson's children coping with life after death
Manny Navarro, sports writer for The Miami Herald
Dr. Robert Butterworth, LA clinical psychologist specializing in trauma

2:10
You decide 2002: New Hampshire Senate race
Tom Rath, Republican strategist

2:35
Investigating the Montgomery County killing spree
Ron Williams, former secret service agent

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change