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Coalition forces are knocking on the gates of Baghdad as the final battle of the war with Iraq intensifies.

U.S. Special Operations forces are already at work in Baghdad as ground fighting has intensified and other coalition troops are battling within the sight of the Iraqi capital's skyline.

Coalition forces have also seized control of Saddam International Airport

"We don't think that the fighting is over yet," Brig. Gen. Vincent Brooks said during this morning's Centcom briefing Thursday. "There are still options that are open to the regime, including weapons of mass destruction. We take that very seriously."

This is a fast moving story and you can count on The Factor and FOX News to bring you all the latest developments from the battlefield. Additionally, we'll have complete analysis of the war from our military experts.

Plus, the defeat of Saddam Hussein is nearly at hand. How is the Arab press reporting all of today's dramatic developments? We'll have a report.

And later, a Senator is saying that fired NBC/National Geographic Correspondent Peter Arnett ought to be tried for treason. Is there a legal basis for his claims?

Finally, former Clinton adviser Dick Morris  and syndicated columnist Michelle Malkin share their lists of people who may be forced to pay for their behavior during the war with Iraq.

Don't miss The Factor! See you in the No Spin Zone LIVE tonight at 8 p.m. ET

--The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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