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Topics and Guests for November 22:
Al Qaeda's Persian Gulf operations chief was captured nearly two weeks ago, Fox News has learned, by an unidentified foreign government which turned him over to U.S. authorities.
Dr. John Lehman, former secretary of the Navy
Target Iraq: Details on the military build-up...
Retired Army Col. Patrick Lang, U.S. Army
Homeland Security: What is the FBI internal memo?
Weldon Kennedy, former FBI deputy director
Saudi Arabian authorities on Friday arrested a Kuwaiti police officer accused of shooting and seriously injuring two American soldiers, a Kuwaiti official said. How safe are our troops?
Bob Bevelacqua, former Green Beret major
FBI issues a new maritime terror threats and a top Al Qaeda member is captured…
Skip Brandon, FBI's former deputy assistant director of counterintelligence & counterterrorism
This week in the media…
Eric Burns, host of Fox Newswatch
One congressman had gastric bypass surgery and lost 60 pounds. He is hoping to lose another 120 pounds more, he’ll talk about it….
Rep. Jerry Nadler, D-NY
How can we penetrate Saddam's bunker: Can we get Saddam if he hides in the tunnels under the palace?
Lt. Gen. Thomas McInerney, usaf (ret.)
Target Iraq: The inspections… Are inspectors prepared to uncover hidden weapons of mass destruction despite Iraq-imposed restrictions? What should inspectors expect to find?
Dr. Victor Mizin, former UN weapons inspector
From the big to small screen who are the losers of 2002
Greg Gutfeld, editor-in-chief of Stuff magazine
Pentagon confirms a so-called "snooping system" is being created to thwart terrorism. Is it going too far?
Chuck Pena, senior defense policy analyst at CATO
Michael Scardaville, policy analyst for Homeland Security
Today is 39th anniversary of President Kennedy's assassination. NPR is broadcasting the chilling 1963 tragedy.
John McDonough, independent producer at NPR
The movie about the trapped miners airs Sunday on ABC.
John Ratzenberger, actor
Target Iraq: The inspections… Will Baghdad cooperate with inspectors?
David Albright, former UN weapons inspector
A day after Wacko Jacko shocked the world by dangling his 8-month-old son from a 70-foot-high balcony, the King of Pop tried to show the world he's a normal dad by taking his kids to the zoo.
Flo Anthony, friend of Michael Jackson and editor of Black Essence magazine
NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change