Is the Beltway Sniper a spree killer, or serial killer?

There is a big difference as Dr. Tory Caeti, criminologist and serial killer expert, explains.

First a tarot card. Now a message to parents. Is the Beltway Sniper playing games with the pubic, or showing us he's got the upper hand? Criminal profiler Brent Turvey, author of Criminal Profiling: An Introduction to Behavioral Evidence Analysis, joins us from Seattle.

We'll ask Joe Coffey, at the forefront of the Son of Sam investigation, what the next step in the sniper investigation will be.

The sniper situation has parents in the D.C. area on edge. Should parents keep their kids home from school? Dr. Paul Vance, superintendent for the D.C. Public School System, and Dr. Mark Edwards, superintendent for Henrico County Public Schools, join the debate.

Experts say the odds of a Washington area resident getting shot by the Beltway Sniper are 300,000-1. But can we really calculate the pattern of a madman? We'll ask Gary Simon, statistics professor at the Stern School of Business at NYU.

Plus, the Pentagon prefers a winter attack on Iraq. But with United Nations negotiations running long and the winter slipping away, our military may have to strike Saddam in the summer. Could we wage a war under Iraq's sweltering sky? FOX News military analyst Major Bob Bevelacqua weighs in.

And, we'll be joined by baseball ironman Cal Ripken Jr.

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