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Topics and Guests for February 5:
Secretary of State Colin Powell laid out America's case for military action against Iraq Wednesday, providing "irrefutable and undeniable" evidence that Saddam Hussein is hiding weapons of mass destruction.
Powell, accompanied by top CIA officials, presented tape recordings, satellite photos and statements from informants at a meeting of the U.N. Security Council to prove that Iraq has not complied with its order that it disarm.
He said the U.N. places itself in "danger of irrelevance" if it doesn't take action.
Weighing in today on FOX News Live…
Bill Tierney, former UN weapons inspectors
Amb. David Scheffer, former ambassador-at-large for war crimes
Hugh Sidey, Time
Bob Baer, former CIA operative
Mort Kondracke, host of The Beltway Boys
Bill Kristol, FOX News Channel analyst
Ambassador Marc Ginsberg, former ambassador to Morocco
Tim Trevan, former UN weapons inspector
John Pike, director of Globalsecurity.org and FOX News consultant
David Ccorn, Washington editor of The Nation
Rich Lowry, National Review editor
NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change