Police swooped down and arrested a man and his stepson at a Maryland rest stop Thursday morning in what may be a major break in the Beltway Sniper case.
Is the nightmare over? We'll have a complete report and check in with former New York City Police commissioner Howard Safir; Joe Coffey, supervisor of the Son of Sam investigation and Bo Dietl, head of Beau Dietl and Associates.
As the police painstakingly pour over the evidence from Thursday's arrests, prosecutors are busy building a case. But how tough will this one be? Greta Van Susteren, host of On the Record and Judge Andrew Napolitano, FOX News senior judicial analyst, join the debate.
Were the police and media manipulated by the Beltway Sniper? Ambassador Paul Bremer, chairman and CEO of Marsh Crisis and President Reagan's ambassador at large for counter-terrorism, weighs in.
Can live -- and business -- in the D.C. area finally return to normal? We'll ask Pam Gallahan, co-owner of Cherry Hill Darms in Clinton, Maryland and Richard Navari, managing partner at the Comfort Inn University Center in Fairfax, Virginia.
Plus, it’s a battle for online supremacy and Microsoft wants to take the lead. What is Bill Gates’ plan to dominate AOL? We'll ask him.
And, we'll be joined by Amazon's Jeff Bezos as earnings season continues to roll along.
We'll have those stories and more!
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