Guests and Topics: November 15

Tonight on Hannity & Colmes

Despite Iraq's grudging acceptance of the U.N. resolution mandating the return of weapons inspectors, the rhetoric between Baghdad and the U.S shows no sign of cooling down.

The Iraqi Babil (Babel) newspaper, owned by President Saddam Hussein's eldest son Odai, declared in a front-page editorial Thursday that "our problem and crisis with the United States is not over yet and may have just started." Is the situation in the Middle East only getting worse? Ehud Barak, former Israeli prime minister reacts.

And he's gone from U.N ambassador to energy secretary to the governor-elect of New Mexico. Bill Richardson joins the debate…

A "spectacular" Al Qaeda attack intended to inflict massive casualties and disrupt the American economy may be in the works, the FBI warned officials Thursday night. What exactly does a "spectacular" attack on America mean? We’ll break it down and talk about its unusual language.

-All guests and topics subject to change