Topics and Guests for Friday, Oct. 18

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Here's a review of what was on the rundown for Friday, Oct. 18:

It's been four days since the Beltway sniper last struck, and cops say they're widening their investigation
John Timoney, former Philadelphia police commissioner

A new report says that an Al Qaeda suspect told U.S. investigators that Usama bin Laden's terror network was training snipers for attack in the U.S.
Peter Brookes, former CIA officer

A serial sniper is on the loose and it's election time. There are claims from people on both sides of the gun control debate that candidates are using the tragedy for political gain
Alan Gottlieb, founder of the Second Amendment Foundation
Mathew Nosanchuk, litigation director for the Violence Policy Center

North Korea has admitted to having a nuclear weapons program, but just how dangerous is it to the U.S.?
Marc Ginsberg, former U.S. ambassador to Morocco

Two men are arrested after being videotaped during a brawl that broke out after a kids football game in California
Darrell Laurell, taped incident

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