Topics and Guests for January 3

The South Korean President-elect will offer a compromise that requires both North Korea and the U.S. to accept concessions to resolve the standoff over the communist state's recently reactivated nuke program, an aide said Friday.

But does the U.S. hold the ultimate trump card in this nuclear game of chicken? Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer and FOX News military analyst retired U.S. Army Major Gen. Paul E. Vallely, join the debate.

The Bush administration will unveil its latest economic stimulus plan on Tuesday. But will it be worth the wait? We'll talk to the Weekly Standard's Bill Kristol and Al Gore's former campaign manager Donna Brazile.

Tort reform and medical malpractice is reaching emergency levels. We'll get a read on how to handle the problem with former House Speaker Newt Gingrich.

Two Air Force pilots are on trial for the deaths of four Canadian soldiers in Afghanistan. The defense claims that the stimulants the Air Force encourages to keep the pilots alert, impaired their judgment. So what role do "uppers" play in the U.S. military? We'll talk to one of the defense attorneys.

After the best first day of trading since 1988 there was no follow through on Wall Street on Friday. Was Thursday's rally a one-day wonder? We'll ask Dagen McDowell, FOX News business analyst; Hilary Kramer, senior adviser at Montgomery Asset Management; Tobin Smith, founder and chairman of Change Wave Research and Scott Bleier, founder and president of

We'll have those stories and more!

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