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Topics and Guests for December 30:

9:03
Three American medical workers were shot and killed, and an American pharmacist seriously wounded, when a gunman opened fire inside a Southern Baptist missionary hospital in southern Yemen Monday.
Wendy Norvelle, International Mission Board spokesperson 

9:10
Homeland Security: The FBI announces it is looking for 5 Arab men who entered the country illegally.
Walter Hansen, former FBI agent

9:20
Axis of evil: NATO vs. N. Korea and Iraq?
What role will NATO play in the crisis' with both N. Korea and Iraq? Will they support a military conflict if that's the end result?
Robert Hunter, former U.S. ambassador to NATO

9:35
Target Iraq: Target Korea?
Can the U.S. fight a military war on two fronts?
Lt. Col. Tim Eads, retired U.S. Army special operations

10:10
Axis of evil: U.S. vs. N. Korea
Former advisor for Korean policy during the Clinton administration says the situation with communist Korea is becoming dangerous with few easy solutions.
Philip Yun, former special advisor for N. Korean policy

10:35
What intelligence can we gather from both N. Korea and Iraq? How will the information aid us in a possible war?
Peter Brookes, former CIA officer

11:10
Three American medical workers were shot and killed, and an American pharmacist seriously wounded, when a gunman opened fire inside a Southern Baptist missionary hospital in southern Yemen Monday.
Danny Coulson, former FBI deputy assistant director

11:35
Is the U.S. military building up in the Korean peninsula? How are American forces stepping up their defenses as turmoil with N. Korea heats up?
Van Hipp, former deputy assistant secretary of the Army

12:20
A military update on North Korea and Iraq.
Retired Major General Donald E. Edwards, ret. U.S. Army

12:35
Saddam's power of persuasion…
Jackson Bain, communications expert

1:10
Reports say that Saudi Arabia privately tells the U.S. it can use their air bases in an eventual war with Iraq. What nations in the Mideast region are privately going to lend their support to a U.S. led attack on Iraq?
Joe Reeder, former under-secretary of the Army

1:35
Details on the sniper shooting hearings.
Bernard Grimm, criminal defense attorney
Gil Davis, former federal prosecutor

2:10
Time remains to find a diplomatic resolution to North Korea's development of nuclear weapons, and the situation hasn't reached the crisis stage, Secretary of State Colin Powell says.
Ambassador Dennis Ross, FOX News foreign affairs analyst

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change