The latest sniper attack was different from the others. We'll ask Michael McGrath, forensic psychiatrist at the University of Rochester and president of the Academy of Behavioral Profiling, what that tells us about the suspect.

The ninth person killed by the Washington area sniper was Linda Franklin. We'll be joined by Franklin family friend, Paul Hulseberg.

The latest shooting has uncovered more clues about the serial sniper, but police are holding back. Is there a strategy to their silence? We'll ask former Philadelphia Police Commissioner John Timoney.

The sniper manhunt has the D.C. area gripped by fear. But why is it having such a tremendous impact on the rest of the country? Dr. Georgia Witkin, Fox News contributor and author of Stress Relief for Disasters Great and Small, offers insight.

Plus, is the sniper acting alone? Or is there a team of killers? Dr. Helen Smith, forensic psychologist and author of The Scarred Heart, offers insight.

And, with the killer still on the loose, how are area citizens coping with the fear? WMAL talk radio news anchor and reporter Bryan Nehman has been covering the case from the start.

Could a diplomatic deadlock at the United Nations threaten the safety of the world? Former U.N. weapons inspector Tim Trevan joins the debate.

ImClone's Sam Waksal pleads guilty. Is Martha Stewart off the hook, or target No. 1? Christopher Byron, author of Martha, Inc., weighs in.

Plus, we'll be joined by the legendary Tony Orlando.

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