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Topics and Guests for April 14:

9 a.m. ET

Iraqi troops south of Tikrit handed U.S. Marines a stunning surprise Sunday: seven American POWs released in relatively good condition after three weeks of captivity. They said they were treated roughly when captured, but given medical care, and some believed they were doomed.

We’ll get family reaction…
Jane Riley mother of Sgt James Riley    

More on the 7 American POWs who were found alive in Iraq…
Pastor Ron Pracht, family spokesperson for former POW, Patrick W. Miller           

The latest on the war in Iraq and reconstruction. When will an interim government take control?Rep. Joseph Crowley, D-N.Y.
Rep. Dana Rohrabacher , R-Calif.

The latest on the war...
Retired Major General Paul Vallely, U.S. Army               

The "new" Iraq: What will it be like?
Carole O'Leary, scholar-in-residence at American University         

10 a.m. ET

U.S. ground troops, backed by warplanes and helicopters, poured into the center of Saddam Hussein's hometown Monday and seized the Iraqi dictator's presidential palace without a fight.
Retired Major Bob Bevelacqua, former Green Beret

The future of Iraq: Should the UN play a role in Iraq's reconstruction?
Amb. William Luers, president of the UN

11 a.m. ET

As combat winds down in Iraq, the hunt for chemical and biological weapons or nuclear materials is rising on the priority list for American troops. There are more potential nuclear, biological or chemical weapons sites in Iraq than U.S. military teams to check them, Pentagon officials said Sunday.
Retired Navy Captain Chuck Nash, U.S. Navy                   

Tracking Saddam's billions… Where is it?
David Aufhauser, U.S. Treasury General Counsel

12 p.m. ET

Iraqi troops south of Tikrit handed U.S. Marines a stunning surprise Sunday: seven American POWs released in relatively good condition after three weeks of captivity. They said they were treated roughly when captured, but given medical care, and some believed they were doomed.
Ronald Young, parents of former POW

Iraqis are telling American troops about places where weapons of mass destruction might be hidden, adding to the thousands of sites the United States wants to check
Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, R-Fla.               

Some U.S. War Veterans are questioning the wisdom of invading Iraq.  They recently had a meeting with the White House to discuss their concerns. Now with U.S. coalition forces occupying Baghdad, what are their thoughts?
Specialist Charles Sheehan-Miles, former Gulf War Army Veteran

1 p.m. ET

The latest on the war…
Retired Marine Lt. Col. Bill Cowan, U.S. Marine

Iraqis are telling American troops about places where weapons of mass destruction might be hidden, adding to the thousands of sites the United States wants to check
Dr. Paul walker, former advisor to House Armed Services Committee

2 p.m. ET

The latest on the war…
Retired Lt. General Tom McInerney, FOX military analyst    

Dale Sizemore, former U.S. Army Airborne Ranger

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change