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Topics and Guests for January 30:

9:20
Investigators turned to eyewitnesses hoping for some clue about the cause of an explosion and raging fire at a plastics factory that killed at least three people and injured 37 others.
Dr. Anthony Meyer, the University of North Carolina
Ralph Clark, city manager of Kinston

9:35
Iraq: should we go to war with Iraq? And under what circumstances?
Rep. Nick rahall, D-WV
Rep. Jim Saxton, R-NJ

10:15
To prosecutors, Richard Reid is a terrorist who shows no remorse for trying to blow up a jetliner with 197 people aboard. Defense lawyers contend he is a troubled man who was trying to defend his religion. The arguments were expected to play out on Thursday at the sentencing of Reid, who admitted attempting to blow up the Miami-bound American Airlines jet by using explosives packed inside his shoes. He faces 60 years to life in prison.
Walid Phares, terrorism specialist

11:10
As President Bush considered setting a deadline for Iraq to disarm, he closed ranks with international allies who support his hard line against Baghdad.
Retired Lt. Col Butters,   USMC

11:48
American Idol: Who was the worst singer in the world?
Lisa G., Radio host, power 105.1 fm
Dave Itzkoff, associate editor of Spin magazine

12:03
Target Iraq: Neighborly support?
O. Faruk Logoglu, Turkish ambassador

1:10
Did you know that cruise ships are sharing the ocean off the Bahamas with something menacing and stealthy… An enormous black submarine carrying navy commandos hunting for terrorists!
Marty Strong, retired U.S. Navy Seal

1:10
The Richard Reid sentencing…
Judge Andrew Napolitano,   FOX News senior judicial analyst

2:10
More on the Richard Reid sentencing…
James Phillips, Heritage Foundation

2:20
To prosecutors, Richard Reid is a terrorist who shows no remorse for trying to blow up a jetliner with 197 people aboard. Defense lawyers contend he is a troubled man who was trying to defend his religion.
Lis Wiehl, former federal prosecutor and FOX News legal analyst
Jeralyn Merritt, criminal defense attorney who worked on McVeigh's defense team

2:48
FOX will talk to one of rejected suitors on the Bachelorette…

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change