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Topics and Guests for February 7:

9:10
Secretary of State Colin Powell told a Senate committee Thursday that Feb. 14 will be a key date in deciding Iraq's fate. That's when chief weapons inspectors will report to the U.N. Security Council after meeting with Iraqi officials this weekend.
Sec. George Shultz, former secretary of state under President Reagan.

9:48
Michael Jackson said he feels "more betrayed than perhaps ever before" by a revealing TV documentary about him. In a statement released Thursday, Jackson said British journalist Martin Bashir, who spent eight months with the King of Pop, broke the trust placed in him.
Dr. Carole Lieberman, psychiatrist
Frank H. Lieberman, publicist for Siegfried and Roy

10:10
Powell's case against Iraq: Did he provide enough evidence?
Rep. Jim Saxton, R-NJ
Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton, D-DC

10:35
This week in the media…
Eric Burns, host of FOX Newswatch

10:48
Maxim magazine's fourth annual swimsuit special… Seven barely dressed supermodels on the island of Mustique, we’ll give you a peak!
Rosie Amodio, features editor

11:10
How did Secretary Colin Powell do in convincing the world about the dangers of leaving Iraq unchecked and can we trust the Saudis?
Ambassador Richard Murphy, former US ambassador to Saudi Arabia and Syria

 

11:35
20 years later: Rumsfeld's long history with Saddam Hussein…
Geoffrey Kemp, former special assistant to President Reagan

 

12:10
Military Marines in Kuwait: Soldiers prepare for possible military actions...
Retired Lt. Col. Oliver North, USMC

 

12:35
The French reaction to Powell’s speech to the U.N.
John Podhoretz, FOX News contributor
David Corn, FOX News contributor

1:10
Details on the Iraqi mobile labs that Powell says are producing germ weapons.
Col Terence Taylor, former UN weapons inspector

1:48
Whacko Jacko? Michael Jackson said he feels "more betrayed than perhaps ever before" by a revealing TV documentary about him. In a statement released Thursday, Jackson said British journalist Martin Bashir, who spent eight months with the King of Pop, broke the trust placed in him.
Hyun Kim, lifestyle editor at Vibe
Harvey Levin, Celebrity Justice executive

 

2:10
As a possible war with Iraq nears, what are war planners doing behind the scenes?
Retired Col. John Warden III, USAF

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change