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Topics and Guests for February 17:

9:10
The Bush administration is mulling its next move in the showdown with Saddam Hussein, including a possible attempt to push a new United Nations resolution authorizing force against Iraq.
Paul A. Weaver, director of air national guard  

9:48
We’ll talk to some American Idol finalist…
Kimberly Locke, finalist
Ruben Studdard, finalist

9:48
The Jungle Book 2
Haley Joel Osment, actor

10:10
High Alert: How bad is the threat to America?
William Kinane, former FBI supervisor of counterterrorism and counterintelligence

10:35
New bin Laden audio tape…
Mike Baker, former CIA covert operations officer

11:10
What is bin Laden message. How does the intelligence community respond?
Timothy Lomperis, military intelligence officer

12:10
Race for the resolution-pros & cons…
Ambassador Marc Ginsberg former ambassador to Morocco

12:35
Council on American-Islamic relations keeps of a year long' campaign to combat what they say is the raising tide of anti-Muslim rhetoric.
Ibrahim Hooper, council on American-Islamic relations
Walid Phares, Florida Atlantic University Middle East professor

1:10
How bad is the increased terror threat?
John Parachini, terrorism analyst at Rand Corporation

2:35
Tools of terror: Police have been warned to be on the lookout for dangerous chemicals and poisons like Sarin gas and cyanide.
Steve Pomerantz, former assistant FBI director

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change