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Stories for Thursday,
Hans Blix tells members of the U.N. Security Council that Iraq's 12,000-page weapons declaration contains little new information on Saddam Hussein's weapons program. If these gaps don't answer the questions the U.S. has been asking, does that mean we're headed for war?
• Retired Marine Lt. Col. Bill Cowan
• Tim Trevan, former adviser to the U.N. weapons inspection program
Do America's European allies need to get tougher on Saddam Hussein?
• Shimon Peres, former Israeli prime minister
U.S. intelligence has reportedly learned that Saddam plans to revive his "scorched earth" strategy in case of an attack. In other words, the Iraqi military would destroy its own oil fields, power plants and food stocks... and then blame it on our military, just like he did during the Gulf War
• Retired Army Capt. David Christian
Three of nine men arrested in Pakistan on suspected ties to Al Qaeda are U.S. citizens. What happens to Americans caught plotting with the enemy?
• Tim Susanin, former federal prosecutor
If an army could keep its soldiers awake and fighting 24/7, it would obviously have a huge advantage over its enemy. But should the Pentagon try to build a "sleepless soldier," and is such a feat even possible?
• Dr. Yaakov Stern, professor of clinical neuropsychology at Columbia University's School of Physicians
These stories ... and more on Studio B With Shepard Smith at 3 p.m. ET.
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