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Twenty one days after the war with Iraq began, in less than a month, Iraq has been secured by coalition forces.

Today in Baghdad, a brand-new statue of Saddam Hussein, erected just one year ago, was toppled by Iraqis with help from American forces. The symbolism extends to the Iraqi regime. It appears to be finished. One U.S. military official, speaking earlier today says, "There is no Iraqi government left, to speak of." 

While much work remains to be done in Iraq, and some parts of the country still remain under the control of the Iraqi regime, this is a dramatic day for the people of Iraq and the coalition forces that came, not to conquer them but to liberate them.

Saddam and his sons are finished. Tonight the Iraqi people are dancing in the streets and U.S. forces are celebrating along with them. We will take you to Baghdad.

Plus, as the military campaign begins to wind down, who are the big winners and who are the big losers in this war? We'll talk with former Clinton adviser and FOX News Contributor Dick Morris and Presidential Historian Douglas Brinkley who teaches at the University of New Orleans.

Also, former House Speaker and FOX News Contributor Newt Gingrich gives us his view of U.S. foreign policy and the dangers that could lie ahead for the United States after the war is over.

Finally, FOX News Military Analyst and former U.S. Army Col. David Hunt will tell us what's next for the military in Iraq.

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

--The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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