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Has the first human clone been born? An annoucement from a member of a sect that believes life on Earth was created by extraterrestrials claimed on Friday to have produced the world's first human clone, a baby girl.

But, no proof of the birth was offered of the successful cloning and the DNA of the child has not been analyzed by independent sources. In fact, the baby was not seen at the press conference.

So, is this a step forward for science or is it science fiction? And should scientists even be trying to clone a human being? We'll debate those questions with Dr. Art Caplan, the Director of the Center for Bioethics at the University of Pennsylvania and Dr. Panos Zavos at the Andrology Institute of America.

Then, just how serious is the situation with North Korea? The isolated Communist nation says U.N. inspectors must leave the country. Can this relationship be saved diplomatically or is a war in our future? We'll get some answers when Peter Brookes, former CIA Intelligence Officer and former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense goes on the record.

Plus, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld has placed a number of units on alert, including the U.S.S. George Washington carrier battle group, some units of the Air Force and even the hospital ship U.S.N.S. Comfort. These units can be ready for deployment in a matter of days! Will these actions be enough to keep the peace? Or is this just getting us ready for war? We'll convene our military roundtable with retired Army Lt. Col. Bob Maginnis, retired Air Force Lt. Gen. Thomas McInerney and retired Navy Captain Chuck Nash.

And later, it's like something straight out of the Bible... How could one man let his brother go to prison for a crime he committed? And what does that man have to say to his brother now?

Finally, weapons inspectors have been in Iraq for one month! What have they accomplished? We'll have a special report from Baghdad.

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