Tonight on Hannity & Colmes...
Elizabeth Smart slept safely in her parents' home Wednesday night, hours after police stunned and delighted the nation by finding the abducted teen alive and seemingly well.
Smart wore braids and a big smile in her incredible return home, nine months after she was taken in the middle of the night from the bedroom where she was sleeping next to her younger sister.
Mark Fuhrman, former LAPD detective
Ted Wlliams, former D.C. detective
Peter Johnson, FOX News legal analyst
Exactly six months after President Bush's dramatic appearance at the United Nations to galvanize action on Iraq, the United States and others were searching for a way out of an impasse created by Washington's demand that Baghdad be given an ultimatum.
The ultimatum was contained in a proposed resolution that would authorize war after March 17 unless Iraq disarmed. As it was going through revision, it became clear that Washington and London — the resolution's co-sponsor — still didn't have enough support for the initiative.
Alexander Haig, former secretary of state joins the debate...
Elizabeth Smart, the teenager taken from her bedroom last June 5, has been found alive, Sandy police said. The 15-year-old girl was found in the car of a drifter who was pulled over in a traffic stop at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Sandy police spokeswoman Michelle Burnette said. We’ll bring you the latest in the case.
And we’ll talk to the host of War Stories Ollie North who is with U.S. troops in Kuwait!
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