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--Saddam's elite troops are on the move. They're surrounding his hometown of Tikrit. Our next guest broke a story today that morale is low and Iraqi soldiers are hiding their white flags. BILL GERTZ, "WASHINGTON TIMES" reports.

--The North Korean threat. U.S. intelligence officials say our worst fears may be coming true. On Monday, North Korea test-fired a new long-range cruise missile. We hear from BILL GERTZ + MAJ. GEN. PAUL VALLELY, U.S. ARMY (RET.).

--Tonight, the U.N.'s International Atomic Energy Agency is reporting a radiological emergency in Nigeria, a hotbed for Muslim extremists. CHARLES FERGUSON, CENTER FOR NONPROLIFERATION STUDIES comments.

--A judge in upstate New York has denied bail to two of the three men of Middle Eastern descent accused of illegally funneling money to Iraq through a charity front. Increased arrests of Muslim-Americans since 9/11 and the crackdown on their charitable organizations has led to a fierce debate over their role in the war on terror. IBRAHIM HOOPER, COUNCIL ON AMERICAN-ISLAMIC RELATIONS and MANSOOR IJAZ, FOX FOREIGN AFFAIRS ANALYST weigh in.

--It's almost 7:00 a.m. in Baghdad, as the world watches and waits to see if Saddam Hussein will destroy the Al Samoud 2 missiles. HILARY MACKENZIE, SOUTHAM NEWS, CHIEF WAR CORRESPONDENT reports.

--Did you know that there are as many as 400,000 Iraqi-Americans in the United States? As war approaches, the Pentagon has begun working with Iraqi-Americans to design a post-Saddam Iraq. Recently, the Pentagon held a summit with Iraqis in Michigan. Feisal Istrabadi was there. He's a founding board member of the Iraqi Forum for Democracy and joins us from Chicago.

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