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Topics and Guests for October 18:

9:10
The U.S. Roman Catholic Church's new sexual abuse policy was officially rejected on Friday by the Vatican, which said the zero-tolerance hard line taken by the American bishops needed to be revised because elements conflicted with universal church law.
Amb Raymond Flynn, former U.S. ambassador to the Vatican

9:35
Sniper on the loose: Who is he and why is he killing? We'll speak to a man who was an expert witness and consultant for the U.S. government in the case against Timothy Mcveigh.
Lt. Col. Dave Grossman, founder of Killology Research Group

10:03
Sniper shootings: Could it be the work of Al-Qaeda?
Bob Heibel, former deputy director of counter-terrorism

10:35
A report released yesterday says the Saudis fail to crack down on charities that finance terrorists which was sponsored by the council on foreign relations.
Lee Wolosky, former national Security Council official

10:48
This week in the media
Eric Burns, host of Fox News Watch

11:10
Is there any link between Al Qaeda and the sniper shootings?
Retired Col. David Hunt, Army

11:35
The Bush administration is trying to form an international coalition to steer North Korea away from its decision to pursue nuclear weapons despite pledges not to do so.
John Pike, director of Globalsecurity.org and Fox News consultant

12:20
Police should forget about trying communicating with sniper and concentrate on the mundane things i.e. tips from the tip line and eyewitness accounts.
Detective John Baeza, retired NYPD Manhattan special victims unit

12:35
The U.S. Roman Catholic Church's new sexual abuse policy was officially rejected on Friday by the Vatican, which said the zero-tolerance hard line taken by the American bishops needed to be revised because elements conflicted with universal church law.
Mark Serrano, board of directors of SNAP, survivors network of those abused by priests
Father C. John McCloskey, director of the Catholic Information Center in Washington, D.C.

1:10
Police hope military aircraft will help identify and track the fleeing sniper.
Tim Brown, senior analyst, Globalsecurity.org
Christopher Bolkcom, national defense analyst

1:48
Abandon opens in theaters today, we’ll talk to a star in the movie.
Benjamin Bratt, actor

2:10
Can the sniper crimes be linked through ballistics?
Marshall Robinson, retired Connecticut state police

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change