Guests and Topics for October 18

What is it like to be a cop on the case of a serial killer?

We'll ask Joe Cardinale, retired New York Police Department lieutenant detective.

Investigators are exploring the possibility the Beltway sniper may be a terrorist -- perhaps a member of Al Qaeda. Is this possible? Dr. Neil Livinstone Ph.D., chairman of Global Options Inc. and author of nine books on terrorism, examines the evidence.

Did a false lead seriously mislead investigators off the sniper's track? Gary Aldrich, former FBI agent, explains the difficulties of dealing with eyewitness accounts.

Plus, what can we learn from the evidence we do have? Dr. Larry Kobilinsky, professor of forensics at John Jay College, weighs in.

The Council on Foreign Relations reports that Saudi Arabia is failing to crack down on terrorist financing. Is it true and if so, can America do anything about it? We'll ask Lee Wolosky, co-director for the Council on Foreign Relations on terrorist financing.

Is it time to tackle part of the axis of evil and get Saddam out of Iraq? We'll ask Peter Brookes, former deputy assistant secretary of Defense and now senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation.

Despite a war with Iraq on the horizon, the market is up. Why a rally in the face of war? Scott Bleier, president of Hybrid Investors and a regular on Bulls & Bears, offers insight.

Plus, Richard Cheese is back to lounge things up the way only he knows how.

And, we'll get a preview of this week's edition of FOX News Sunday with host Tony Snow.

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