Topics and Guests for January 15

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Topics and Guests for January 15:

The details on the deployment of seven U.S. Navy assault ships to the Gulf...
Retired Adm. Stansfield Turner, former CIA director

Enormous child porn sting operation results in more than 4,000 arrests, including The Who's Pete Townshend. We'll speak with one of the operations' chief coordinators.

Iraq: Have we built-up our military forces to the point of no return? And is North Korea testing their missiles?
Retired Major Gen. Donald Edwards, U.S. Army

Actor Robert Blake's insistence on setting up a jailhouse interview with Barbara Walters led a second defense lawyer to ask to leave his case Tuesday, the attorney said. And civil attorneys are set to grill Robert Blake in a civil deposition, will he talk?
Eric Dubin, Bonny Lee Bakley's family attorney

The U.S. is doing drills to get ready for possible street fights in Iraq. Get the details on how a mock city was built in a desert in Kuwait.
Retired Army Lt. Col. Doug Wisnioski, former Green Beret

The Joey Bishop Story
Michael Starr, author of Mouse in the Rat Pack

Iraq and time: Should time be up for Saddam or should U.N. weapon inspectors get more time to search for proof of weapons of mass destruction…
Erik Gustafson, Veterans for Common Sense co-founder
Rich Lowry, National Review editor and FOX News contributor

Hear more about the movie Adaption, a comedy where the writer who, out of Sheer desperation, decides to insert himself into the screenplay he's struggling to adapt.
Nicolas Cage, actor

The committee for the Liberation of Iraq is plotting a future model for Iraq.
Rend Rahim Francke, advisory board member at the committee for the Liberation of Iraq

President Bush plans to challenge a University of Michigan program that gives preference to minority students, telling the Supreme Court there are better ways to promote diversity, administration officials say.
Mike Gallagher, radio talk show host
Leo Terrell, civil rights attorney

U.N. weapons teams dropped in on Saddam Hussein Tuesday, paying a visit to a presidential palace in the heart of Baghdad and spending four hours searching the premises.
Khidhir Hamza, author of Saddam's Bombmaker

A US Weekly exclusive:  Joe Millionaire's secrets.
The real Evan speaks out: Is he a dud or stud?
April Bernard, TV editor for US Weekly

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change