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Topics and Guests for February 21:

9:00
At least 54 people were killed and more than 150 hurt as a Rhode Island nightclub erupted in flames during a rock concert Thursday night, local authorities said. Pyrotechnics set off by the '80s heavy-metal band Great White apparently ignited a substance in the walls and ceiling of The Station in West Warwick, about 15 miles southwest of Providence. We’ll bring you the latest…Paul Wertheimer, crowd safety analyst

10:10
Bracing for a showdown, the United States and Britain plan to present a new resolution to the U.N. Security Council on Monday in a bid to gain support for using force to disarm Iraq. The move runs against strong sentiment within the council that force as an option should be set aside at least until U.N. weapons inspectors working in Iraq report their findings in mid-March.
Ambassador
 Princeton Lyman,   former assistant secretary of state for international organization affairs at the U.S. department of state

10:35
Terror protection: There are some things duct tape can't fix. Get some new and improved armored safe rooms in case of a terrorist attack.
Dan Gallucci, engineer

10:48
This Week in the Media
Eric Burns, Host of NewsWatch

11:10
Florida professor is charged with operating global terror organization.
Walid Phares, Florida Atlanta University terrorism analyst

11:48
The Bachelor and The Bachelorette
Aaron and Helene tell all! Trista and Ryan are reunited!
Nancy Miller, correspondent at Entertainment Weekly

12:20
Bracing for a showdown, the United States and Britain plan to present a new resolution to the U.N. Security Council on Monday in a bid to gain support for using force to disarm Iraq. The move runs against strong sentiment within the council that force as an option should be set aside at least until U.N. weapons inspectors working in Iraq report their findings in mid-March.
Ambassador Henry Catto,
 former U.S. ambassador to Great Britain

12:35
Should we go to war before it is too late?
Erik Gustafson, exec director of Education for Peace in Iraq
Rich Lowry, National Review editor

1:48
A judge ruled that Michael Jackson's response to a lawsuit brought by his former business manager will be included in the pop singer's upcoming trial. Myung Ho Lee, head of Union Finance and Investment Corp., claims in a lawsuit that Jackson owes him $13 million in back pay. In response, Jackson alleges Lee breached contracts and did not act in good faith while giving him business advice.
Robert Wegner, former chief of security for Neverland Valley Ranch
Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, friend of Michael Jackson

2:10
What if we do not attack Iraq? How will it play out?
Captain David Christian, retired U.S. Army

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change