Tonight on Hannity & Colmes

A mass of paper will be airlifted from Baghdad to New York this weekend, a document of thousands of pages whose dull recitation of chemical processes and medical research may help set the course of war and peace in this part of the world.

Soon after that Iraqi weapons "declaration" lands at its headquarters, the United Nations' arms inspectors will be looking for a few pages more, this time from another capital — Washington.

"It will be the moment," says chief inspector Hans Blix, "for those who say they have evidence to put this evidence on the table." Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz joins the debate…

After months of speculation, U.S. Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill abruptly announced his resignation Friday in an apparent shakeup of President Bush's economic team amid concerns about the ailing economy. White House economic adviser Larry Lindsey also stepped down, a move that was more widely expected. The details tonight…

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