Tonight on Hannity & Colmes

Congress has given President Bush the authority to use military force against Iraq in a major policy victory for the White House.

The Senate approved the measure 77-23 early Friday morning at the end of a rocky week-long debate. The House voted for the resolution Thursday afternoon, 296-133.

Because the Democratic-led Senate approved the House version of the measure without changing a word, it now goes directly to Bush for his signature.

The resolution gives Bush the power to use American military force to enforce existing United Nations Security Council mandates that Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein dispose of his weapons of mass destruction. Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle, (D-SD) will join the debate.

Today a man was shot and killed while pumping gas at an Exxon station just south of Fredericksburg. Police stopped traffic along nearby Interstate 95 and Route 1 to search for a white van with ladder racks that was seen leaving the area.

The circumstances -- including the spotting of a white van leaving the area -- were ominously similar to those of the previous shootings. The sniper already has killed seven people and wounded two others -- including a 13-year-old boy -- since Oct. 2. We'll get reaction from Rep. Jo Ann Davis, (R-VA) who represents the town where the shooting took place.

And get an analysis of the investigation into the Beltway sniper with former DC homicide detective and O.J. Simpson investigator Tom Lange.

And Johnnie Cochran openly admits that representing O.J. Simpson transformed him from lawyer to celebrity. He joins Hannity & Colmes to talk about his new book, A Lawyer’s Life -- which details his professional life and more...

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