Guests and Topics for October 14

At least 187 people were killed and 300 injured in Bali Saturday night when a car bomb tore through a nightclub of foreign tourists, the worst single act of terrorism in Indonesia and possibly one of the bloodiest in the world since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.

Is Al Qaeda responsible? Fox News military analyst retired U.S. Army Major General Paul Vallely, offers insight.

He led the four-year investigation leading to President Clinton's impeachment. What's Ken Starr's latest crusade? We'll ask the former solicitor general of the United States.

Is the Beltway sniper reacting to the press coverage of his acts? We'll ask criminal profiler Brent Turvey, author of Criminal Profiling: An Introduction to Behavioral Evidence Analysis.

Plus, is there any indication that the sniper received military or law enforcement? Former S.W.A.T.  officer with the Montgomery County Police Stuart Meyers, president of Operational Tactics, Inc., weighs in.

And, we'll ask New York Post columnist Michelle Malkin why she thinks the sniper's profile could match that of a terrorist.

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