Tonight... Get on On the Record with Greta!
How should we handle Saddam Hussein? Will we be at war by February? Is there hope for a peaceful resolution to the crisis with North Korea? We'll ask former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger to go on the record!
Then, a commuter plane crashes this morning in North Carolina and all 19 passengers, including two crew members are dead. The plane slammed into a hangar at Charlotte/Douglas International Airport while taking off for Greenvilled, South Carolina. How could this happen? We'll have the latest from North Carolina and we'll get analysis from former National Transportation Safety Board Chair James Hall.
Plus, former U.S. Ambassador to South Korea James Laney will give us his view of the latest developments in the North Korean crisis. Could relations between the isolated Communist country and the United States be improving?
And later, if we go to war with Iraq... What will the war coverage look like? We'll ask one of the most experienced war correspondents in America...
Finally, the search for Laci Peterson continues in Modesto. Where is the pregnant 27-year-old? What are the latest clues? We'll have a live report and we'll speak with former LAPD detective and author Mark Fuhrman.
Please join us for On the Record with Greta Van Susteren at 10 p.m. ET only on the FOX News Channel!
--All topics and guests are subject to change.