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Topics and Guests for March 13:

9:03
Elizabeth Smart returned home Wednesday for the first time in nine months after being kidnapped from her bedroom in the middle of the night. Countless prayers were answered when alert residents notified police regarding the 15-year-old, saying that she was alive and healthy, walking down a suburban street with a drifter. Smart's sister months ago told police that the drifter, Brian Marshall, could possibly be the kidnapper.
Chris Smart,   Elizabeth Smart's uncle

9:10
The United States was determined to force a Security Council vote on Iraq this week, U.S. officials said as Britain considered dropping a disarmament ultimatum for Saddam Hussein as a way of saving its battered resolution.
Sen. Craig Thomas, R-Wyo

10:10
The United States was determined to force a Security Council vote on Iraq this week, U.S. officials said as Britain considered dropping a disarmament ultimatum for Saddam Hussein as a way of saving its battered resolution.
Amb. Princeton Lyman, senior-fellow-council on foreign relations

11:10
Elizabeth Smart returned home Wednesday for the first time in nine months after being kidnapped from her bedroom in the middle of the night.
Eddie Freyer, former FBI agent. He was lead agent in Polly Klaas case

11:20
Air operations intensify in Iraq…
Retired Major General Paul A. Weaver,   former director of Air National Guard

12:10
More on Britain's reaction to Saddam's deception and defiance…
Sir Harold Walker, former UK ambassador to Iraq

12:20
The United States was determined to force a Security Council vote on Iraq this week, U.S. officials said as Britain considered dropping a disarmament ultimatum for Saddam Hussein as a way of saving its battered resolution.
Retired Major General Paul Vallely, U.S. Army

12:35
Does anti-war equal extra credit in some schools? One California college professor asks her students to write anti-war letters to President Bush for extra credit. We’ll talk to one of the students.
Lilly Pina, student who wrote letter

1:10
More on the U.N. security council vote…
Ambassador Stefan Tafrov, Bulgaria's ambassador to the U.N. and a member of the U.N. Security Council

1:35
Details on the U.N. Security Council vote and Spain's role in helping the U.S.
Amb. Javier Ruperez, Spanish ambassador to the U.N.

2:10
The latest out of the United Nations…
Amb. Robert Kimmitt, former U.S. ambassador to Germany

2:20
Elizabeth Smart returned home Wednesday for the first time in nine months after being kidnapped from her bedroom in the middle of the night.
Ann Scofield, national center for missing and exploited children
Dr. Jeffrey Gardere, clinical psychologist and radio talk show host

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change