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What's the status of the situation on Iraq? Is President Bush's job getting tougher as France and Germany throw up road blocks to possible military action with Iraq? We'll have the latest for you including a LIVE report from Washington this evening and we'll be joined by FOX News contributor and Editor of The Weekly Standard Bill Kristol.
Plus, a terrifying new threat facing America. Intelligence officials fear Saddam Hussein has recruited a new terror squad to murder Americans if and when the U.S. attacks Iraq. Bill Gertz, national security reporter with The Washington Times, broke the story and joins us in Washington this evening.
Then, we'll turn our attention to the Ocean State and bring you a special interview with Patrick Lynch, Rhode Island's attorney general. What has his investigation uncovered about the deadly fire that killed 97 people at a nightclub in Warwick last week? And why is Lynch having trouble getting answers from the two brothers who owned The Station club where the fire and concert took place? Don't miss this On the Record interview.
--President Bush spelling it out for Saddam. But why did the president push for a second U.N. resolution if he says he doesn't need one? And can he convince the countries that are on the fence? For global reaction, we're joined by Hilary MacKenzie, chief war correspondent for Canada's "Southam News" in Baghdad. Here in Washington, Mark Mazzetti of "U.S. News & World Report," and Martin Sieff, chief news analyst for United Press International.
--It's a lonely job and a risky one at that. U-2 pilots who spy over Saddam's skies fly solo. U-2 surveillance flights resumed last week for the first time since 1998. What are the pilots looking for, and how do they dodge getting their wings clipped by Saddam's fighter planes? Joining us in Washington is Cholene Espinoza, a former U-2 pilot who flew U.N. weapons inspection missions from Iraq -- over Iraq from 1993 until 1995.
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