Tonight... Get on the record with Greta!
Are we making progress on Iraq? There were high level meetings at the White House today as President Bush met with the two top U.N.-backed weapons inspectors. Meanwhile, U.S. diplomats struggled to give the inspections team power to "carry out the will of the world community" and disarm Saddam Hussein.
The meeting with chief U.N. weapons inspector Hans Blix and Mohamed ElBaradei of the International Atomic Energy Agency came as Secretary of State Colin Powell signaled a willingness to strike a compromise to get U.N. Security Council approval of a tough resolution on Iraq.
Powell said Tuesday "there may be a way" to bridge remaining differences with France, Russia and China on the draft proposed by the United States and Britain.
We'll have the latest on the Iraq situation tonight when FOX News contributor and editor of The Weekly Standard Bill Kristol and The Nation's David Corn join us this evening.
Plus, in an exclusive interview, the man who has become the most famous police chief in the country, Montgomery County Chief of Police Charles Moose and his wife Sandra Moose go on the record with Greta! What was it like to be in the center of the sniper investigation for three weeks? Did the chief ever doubt he and his team would catch the deadly sniper? You won't want to miss this interview.
Also, while police believe they have caught the two men responsible for three weeks of fear and terror in the Washington, D.C. suburbs, the legal wrangling has become intense. We'll have fresh insight into the tug-of-war that seems to be developing between state and local authorities over John Lee Malvo and John Allen Muhammad.
Finally, where is Chris? A search for another missing child is underway... This time authorities are looking for 13-year-old Chris Dixon who disappeared from the driveway of his family's home in High Point, North Carolina last Thursday. We'll speak with the boy's father David Dixon and his cousin Lauren Gentry this evening.
Be sure to watch tonight's edition of On the Record with Greta Van Susteren at 10 p.m. ET only on the FOX News Channel.
--The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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