Topics and Guests for November 25

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Topics and Guests for November 25:

Latest from Iraq: Additional U.N. weapons inspectors scheduled to arrive in Baghdad today.
Amb. Richard Holbrooke, former U.S. ambassador to the U.N.

Saudi money trail leads from Saudi ambassador to U.S. wife's bank acct. to pockets of 9/11 hijackers - how does this happen?
Brad Meltzer, author of The Millionaires

Connecting the dots: How will we know for sure if Saudi Arabia is connected to Al Qaeda and other terrorist organizations?
John Nolan, retired federal intelligence officer

Will you marry me? A look at Hollywood's 25 most romantic proposals.
Janice min, editor-in-chief of US Weekly

Chief UN weapons inspector Hans Blix will brief the security council today, we’ll bring you the deytails…
Tim Trevan, former UN weapons inspector

The History Channel presents, Ronald Reagan, A Legacy Remembered
Frank Sesno, anchor

The Beatles in India… See rare photos by a photographer and friend of the Beatles.
Paul Saltzman, The Beatles in Rishikesh

Weapons inspectors are scheduled to brief the security council today, will inspections work?
Michael Ledeen
, former national security advisor in the Reagan administration

Preparing your Thanksgiving turkey: What are the most common questions consumers have for the butterball turkey talk-line?
Carol Miller, butterball turkey talk-line supervisor

Is Pakistan doing enough to help the U.S. capture bin Laden?
Mansoor Ijaz, Fox News Channel’s foreign affairs analyst

9-11 hijackers: Is there a Saudi money trail? The Feds probe a possible new Saudi link to Al Qaeda.
Michael Isikoff, Newsweek

After the fall: What is the Bush administration’s plan to run Iraq once Saddam is gone?
Kevin Whitelaw
, senior writer for U.S. News and World Report

President Bush's spokesman praised Saudi Arabia on Monday as a "good partner in the war on terrorism," despite accusations that the wife of the Saudi U.S. ambassador might have financially supported Sept. 11 terrorists.
Amb. Wyche Fowler, former U.S. ambassador to Saudi Arabia

Stephen Furst shares the story of his remarkable transformation from fat to fit…
Stephen furst, Confessions of a Couch Potato

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change