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Topics and Guests for November 19:


9:10
U.N. arms inspectors got down to work Tuesday after a four-year absence, meeting with Iraqi officials and planning to renew searches for hidden weapons of mass destruction.
Victor Mizin, former U.N. weapons inspector

9:20
Police have arrested one of two Kentucky jail escapees who are suspects in the kidnapping of a South Carolina woman, authorities said Tuesday. Branden L. Basham, 21, of Hopkins County, Ky., was taken into custody Sunday night after police say he tried to carjack two women in the parking lot of an Ashland mall. Hear from  one man who was kidnapped by the escapees in Kentucky… James Hawkins tells his story only on FOX.
James Hawkins, kidnapped by escapees

10:03
The latest news on the war on terror and U.N weapons inspections in Iraq...
Sen. Richard Shelby, R-Alabama

10:35
The latest news on the war on terror and U.N weapons inspections in Iraq...
Sen. Bob Graham, D-Florida

10:48
The National Geographic channel is airing "Dogs with Jobs" tonight on the National Geographic channel at 6:30 p.m. ET
Bowman Hastie, dog owner
Tillamook Cheddar, jack russell terrier

11:10
Target Iraq: Threatening Israel?
Iraq hints that if they are attacked they will strike at the Jewish state.
Ambassador Dennis Ross, director of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy

11:48
Paul McCartney is 60 and still making the girls scream!
Details on the November 23rd issue of TV Guide that is on newsstands now.
Lisa Bernhard, deputy editor of TV Guide

12:20
Do the Iraqi's have a chemical weapon that can penetrate our troops protective gear?
Eric Croddy, center for Nonproliferation Studies

1:10
Al Qaeda is once again training terrorists in Afghanistan… How can they be stopped?
Lt. Col. Tim Eads, former U.S. Army Special Operations and Fox News military analyst

2:10
U.N. arms inspectors got down to work Tuesday after a four-year absence, meeting with Iraqi officials and planning to renew searches for hidden weapons of mass destruction. What can Hans Blix expect?
Frank Krame, former undersecretary of defense

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change