Two men are in police custody in connection with the Beltway Sniper case.
Though authorities refuse to call them suspects, could this be the break police need in this investigation? We'll ask John Meyer, former New York homicide detective and vice president of Baron Investigations.
The sniper has eluded police for nearly three weeks. Has he been lucky of is this shooter trained in the art of deception? Bobby Day, director of training operations for Operation Tactics, examines the facts.
Do the authorities have new physical evidence that could lead them to catching the killer? We'll ask James Starrs, professor of forensic sciences and law at George Washington University, how he thinks the investigation is proceeding.
Are the Beltway shootings the work of a lone gunman, or is a team at work? We'll ask former NYPD detective and private investigator for Majeski Associates, Bill Majeski .
Plus, Ted Williams, former D.C. homicide investigator joins us from our D.C. bureau with his perspective.
And, if and when the Beltway Sniper is captured, how would a defense lawyer try and save his hide? Defense attorney Randall Coyne , who represented Timothy McVeigh, weighs in.
President Bush says he'll work with allies to disarm North Korea. Can it be done without military action? FOX News military analysts General Paul Vallely and Captain Chuck Nash join the debate.
All that plus, we'll be joined by American icon Bo Derek .
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