A deadly car bomb slams through a Bali nightclub, killing at least 188 people.
Is this a sign that Al Qaeda terror network regrouping faster than we anticipated? Yonah Alexander, director of the Inter-University Center for Terrorism Studies, weighs in.
Could the greatest threat to the homeland come in the smallest package? Bio-terrorist expert Richard Preston, author of The Demon in the Freezer, details the race against time to create enough vaccine to cure a major outbreak.
The Beltway sniper lays low for several days. What can we learn from his periods of inactivity? Dr. James Fox, criminologist and professor of criminal justice at Northeastern University, weighs in.
And, are the authorities waiting for the sniper to slip up? Jeffrey Ian Ross, criminologist with the University of Baltimore, joins us from our D.C. bureau.
With the holiday season quickly approaching, now is the time to experiment with the newest cooking techniques. Bon Appetit editor Gina Provenzano shows you how to entertain with style even when pressed for time.
Plus, quiz show host and former White House speechwriter Ben Stein offers tips on How to Ruin your Life.
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