Tonight on Hannity & Colmes...

U.N. weapons inspection chief Hans Blix on Monday issued a toughly worded assessment of Iraq's performance over the past two months, saying Baghdad had not genuinely accepted the U.N. resolution demanding that it disarm.

"Iraq appears not to have come to a genuine acceptance, not even today, of the disarmament that was demanded of it," Blix said at the beginning of a crucial assessment on 60 days of weapons inspections.

The reports by Blix and Mohamed ElBaradei will be key to Washington's efforts to bolster international support for a war on Iraq and to efforts by skeptics to avert one.

In sharp contrast to the administration's stance that inspections have run their course, U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan said Monday inspectors should be given more time to their jobs. Former Secretary of State General Alexander Haig and former UN Weapons Inspector Bill Tierney weigh in…

And the family of a missing pregnant woman marked the one-month anniversary of her disappearance with pleas for help locating her and bitter words for her husband. There are no words that can possibly describe the ache in my heart or the emptiness in my life," pleaded Sharon Rocha, the mother of missing substitute teacher Laci Peterson. "I know someone knows where Laci is. I am pleading with you to please, please let her come home."

The 27-year-old woman is due to deliver a baby boy on Feb. 10. Her husband, Scott, has said he last saw her Christmas Eve morning as he left to go fishing. Former NYPD detective Mark Furhman investigates the case. A friend of Laci Peterson Kim McNeely, talks about missing her friend.

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