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Topics and Guests for November 8:


9:10
The United States was confident Friday morning that the U.N. Security Council would finally approve a resolution that forces Saddam Hussein to disarm or face "serious consequences" that would almost certainly mean war with Iraq.
Lord David Owen, former British foreign secretary

9:20
The federal government has stepped into the tussle over which state should get first crack at the sniper suspects, deciding Virginia had the "best law, the best facts, and the best range" of available penalties. Attorney General John Ashcroft on Thursday sent John Allen Muhammad, 41, and John Lee Malvo, 17, to stand trial in two different Virginia jurisdictions on murder charges that could bring the death penalty.
Gil Davis, former Virginia federal prosecutor

9:35
Target Iraq: Debating the resolution…
Ambassador Richard Murphy, former   ambassador to Saudia Arabia and Syria
Marc Ginsberg, former ambassador to Morocco

10:03
Election 2002: What went right?
Rep. Tom Delay, R-Texas

10:20
What impact will the results of elections 2002 have on the House and Senate?
Rep. Anne northup, R-KY
Rep. Robert t. Matsui, D-CA

10:35
The United States was confident Friday morning that the U.N. Security Council would finally approve a resolution that forces Saddam Hussein to disarm or face "serious consequences" that would almost certainly mean war with Iraq.
Dennis Ross, director of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy

10:45
This week in the media…
Eric Burns, host of Fox News Watch

11:10
Beltway Sniper suspect John Muhammad was arraigned in Prince William County court Friday morning on murder charges that could bring him the death penalty.
James Fisher, former Fairfax County Virginia prosecutor

11: 20
What is the military component to the UN resolution on Iraq?
Bob Bevelacqua, former Green Beret major

11:48
Catherine Zeta Jones talks about life and love in the December issue of Elle magazine.
Rachel Combe, managing editor of Elle magazine

12:10
The United States was confident Friday morning that the U.N. Security Council would finally approve a resolution that forces Saddam Hussein to disarm or face "serious consequences" that would almost certainly mean war with Iraq.
Mark Brzezinski, former director of Southeast European Affairs

1:10
The latest on who will try the sniper first…
Jerry Kilgore, attorney general of Virginia

1:20
Target Iraq: The UN vote
Sir Christopher Meyer, British ambassador

1:35
CIA: The state department warns of possible retaliation for Kasi execution…
Mike Battles, former CIA officer

1:48
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

2:10
More on the legal aspects of the sniper case…
Richard Stolker, former federal prosecutor who is in private practice and teaches criminal law at the University of Maryland
Robert Hall, criminal defense attorney who has worked on four death penalty cases in Virginia

2:35
China's Communist Party Congress convened amid tight security Friday, drawing 2,000 delegates together on fabled Tiananmen Square to steer the nation through breakneck changes and introduce a new generation of leaders.
Robert Radtke, vice president of policy and business programs in Asia Society

2:48
The Santa Clause 2 opened in theaters on November 1.
Judge Reinhold, actor

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change