Join us Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. ET as we bring you FOX News Live.
We want to hear from you...email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and the hosts will be taking your calls live at 1-888-TELL-FOX
Click here to learn more about the hosts.
Topics and Guests for February 25:
The United States, Great Britain and Spain threw down the gauntlet Monday, submitting a new resolution to the U.N. Security Council that declares Iraq in "further material breach" of prior U.N. resolutions and orders Baghdad to get rid of its weapons of mass destruction.
Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala
Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla
The latest terror threat…
F. Whitten Peters, former secretary of Airforce
France, Germany and Russia submitted a proposal to the U.N. yesterday outlining their plan to disarm Iraq. Is this a sign that they are ready to negotiate?
Ambassador David Aaron, deputy national security adviser to President Carter
Deputy Defense Secretary Wolfowitz met Sunday with Iraqi Americans in Dearborn, Michigan, to discuss a post-war Iraq.
Imam Hassan Gazwini, religious director at the Islamic Center of America
Exploring different scenarios of a "dirty bomb" attack and the inevitable question in the aftermath: What do we do know?
Michael Levi, director of the strategic security project at the Federation of American Scientists
Special operations: Hunt-and-kill squads set to take out Saddam…
Retired Lt. Col Bill Cowan, U.S. Marines
The FHM’s Baywatch babes collector's edition. See TV's sexiest lifeguards come together for one breathtaking event….
Brande Roderick, former Baywatch star
Scott Gramling, editor in chief of FHM
Turkey: After holding out and playing high stakes haggling, its parliament meets today to vote on whether to "go along with U.S." and allow the U.S. to use its bases.
Amb. O Faruk Logoglu, Turkish ambassador to the United States
Are the criticisms of the French and Germans valid?
Cliff May, foundation for the Defense of Democracies president
Charles Pena, defense policy analyst at the CATO Institute
U.S. Intelligence warns of a new threat on American soil. And Iraqi military straps GPS systems to unmanned drones.
Dr. Loren Thompson, chief operating officer of the Lexington Institute
The bin Laden hunt: How do we find him and is it necessary to do so?
Michael Swetnam, former CIA officer
NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change