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Topics and Guests for March 31:

9 a.m. ET

In what has shaped up to be a more guarded advance toward Iraq's capital city, allied soldiers took on stubborn clusters of resistance while keeping a wary eye on possible attackers in civilian disguise. Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa

Retired U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Paul Vallely

FBI director Robert Mueller said last Thursday the interviews of thousands of Iraqis in the United States are yielding information useful to the military campaign in Iraq. Danny Coulson,   former FBI deputy assistant director

10 a.m. ET

Troops take a more guarded advance toward Iraq's capital city. Retired Army Maj. Gen. Paul Vallely, U.S. Army

Iraq says there are 4,000 Arabs in Iraq for 'martyrdom'. Harvey Kushner, president of Saferamerica.com

Former Iraq scientist speaks out in support of the U.S. attack on Iraq. Dr. Gazi George, former Iraq scientist for the Iraq Atomic Energy Commission

11 a.m. ET

An armada of B-1, B-2 and B-52 bombers struck communication and command centers in Baghdad, and cruise missiles set Iraq's Information Ministry ablaze Monday in the second such attack on the building in two days. Retired Army Lt. Col. Glenn Lackey, U.S. Army

Army rangers preparing for an urban warfare against Iraq's troops. Retired Army Major Pat Gallagher,   Army Ranger

12 p.m. ET

In what has shaped up to be a more guarded advance toward Iraq's capital city, allied soldiers took on stubborn clusters of resistance while keeping a wary eye on possible attackers in civilian disguise. Congressman Jim Gibbons, R-Nev.

1 p.m. ET

In what has shaped up to be a more guarded advance toward Iraq's capital city, allied soldiers took on stubborn clusters of resistance while keeping a wary eye on possible attackers in civilian disguise. Retired Marine Lt. Gen. Robert Johnston, he served as chief of staff during Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm

2 p.m. ET

Some of Iraq's Republican Guard units surrounding Baghdad have been hit so hard by airstrikes they are at less than half strength, the Pentagon's top general says. Retired Capt. Chuck Nash, U.S. Navy

The march to Baghdad…Van Hipp, former deputy assistant defense secretary of the Army

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change