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Topics and Guests for November 7:
A Democratic leadership aide confirmed Wednesday that House Minority Leader Richard Gephardt will resign as leader of the Democrats and devote the next few months to deciding whether or not to run for president in 2004.
Geraldine Ferraro, former NY Congressman
With another set of indictments returned against the sniper suspects, Attorney General John Ashcroft said officials are weighing who has the best evidence to deliver the "ultimate sanction" — death. Ashcroft is set to decide this week who will try the sniper case first.
James Gilmore, former governor and former attorney general of Virginia
A new U.S. draft resolution on Iraq set off a final diplomatic push for tough new weapons inspections, backed by threats of force if Saddam Hussein continues to skirt his disarmament obligations.
Richard Holbrooke, former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations
A Beverly Hills jury found Winona Ryder guilty of grand theft and vandalism charges in her shoplifting case on Wednesday. The Oscar-nominated actress was acquitted of the charge of commercial burglary.
Ryder was accused of going on a spree at a Saks Fifth Avenue in Beverly Hills, Calif., without paying for $5,500 worth of merchandise.
Stephen Sitkoff, criminal defense attorney
John Kelly, former prosecutor
More on the biography on Saddam, Saddam: King of Terror
Con Coughlin, executive editor of London Sunday Telegraph
Mission Impossible? Are covert missions the wave of the future?
Dr. Jeff Addicott, former Green Beret
Concerns over foreign possession of smallpox… The bush administration expressed concern yesterday that several countries may retain the smallpox virus in violation of International rules.
Gil Ross M.D., a medical director
The 20 hottest women in music 2002! FHM magazine counts down the ladies who have dominated the music world this year!
Jake Bronstein, reporter and editor FHM magazine
With Ramadan around the corner, is there a possibility of a terrorist attack? Should we be worried?
Mansoor Ijaz, FOX News foreign affairs analyst
A new U.S. draft resolution on Iraq set off a final diplomatic push for tough new weapons inspections, backed by threats of force if Saddam Hussein continues to skirt his disarmament obligations. The revised American text, a product of eight weeks of intense lobbying by the Bush administration, signaled significant progress and included major concessions to Security Council members concerned about setting off another war in Iraq.
Tim Trevan, former advisor to U.N. weapons inspections
JC Watts will talk about his life in politics and Gephardt stepping down...
J.C. Watts, Oklahoma congressman
You Decide 2002: Sister, Sister!
California voters elect the first sister-duo to congress.
Loretta Sanchez, California congresswoman
Linda Sanchez, California congresswoman-elect
John Ashcroft will decide as early as this week what state will try the snipers first…
Steven rosenfield, criminal defense attorney
Richard Stolker, former federal prosecutor
Eminem's soundtrack album to his movie, 8 Mile, will hit the charts at No. 1 this week. But more importantly, it will do so with at least 500,000 copies sold. And there's a chance that number will be up around 600,000.
Michael Lewittes, U.S. Weekly
NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change