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Topics and Guests for November 20:


9:10
Delivering a strong triumph to President Bush, the Senate voted decisively Tuesday to create a Homeland Security Department, setting the stage for the biggest government reshuffling in a half-century as a way to thwart and respond to terrorist attacks.
Senator Joseph Lieberman, D-Conn

9:20
In front of dozens of gaping fans below, Michael Jackson made an appearance outside his Berlin hotel and briefly held his youngest child over a fourth-floor balcony Tuesday. More on Michael Jackson’s shocking video…
B.J. Sigesmund, Newsweek entertainment reporter

9:35
Target Iraq: Is Saudi Arabia doing enough?
Amb. Wyche Fowler, former ambassador to Saudi Arabia

9:48
We’ll talk to a high school student who received a response letter from Michael Skakel. Find out what it said.
Samantha Ueckerman, high school student

10:10
Can the CIA buy their way to bin Laden?
Michael Swetnam, former CIA officer

10:48
Losers of 2002 on the big and small screen…
Greg Gutfeld editor-in-chief of Stuff magazine

11:10
Iraq accepts U.N. resolution. What should our inspectors expect to find?
Jon Wolfsthal, nuclear analyst at Carnegie Endowment

11:35
Homeland Security: protecting ourselves against another terrorist attack. A massive new department will bring together 170,000 employees by putting 22 agencies under one roof in biggest federal reorganization in 50 years… FOX will bring you the details.
Harvey Kushner, Safer America

11:48
An actor of Crossing Jordan talks to FOX News Live
Jerry O'Conell, actor

12:20
NATO: We don't need anybody?
Radek Sikoski, former Polish deputy minister for defense
Amb. Marc Ginsberg, former U.S. ambassador to Morocco

12:35
The hunt for Usama bin Laden…
Mansoor Ijaz, FOX News Channel foreign affairs analyst

1:10
Usama bin Laden and Saddam: In the past, the two allegedly hated each other but now are they pulling together to fight the U.S.?
Retired Capt. David Christian, Army

2:10
Target Iraq: What’s the view from Moscow? Former Soviet premier on Iraq, terrorism and weapons of mass destruction.
Mikhail Gorbachev, former Soviet premier

2:20
Inspectors in Iraq: What did previous inspections uncover about Iraq's weapons of mass destruction?
David Albright, former U.N. weapons inspector

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change