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Topics and Guests for April 15:

9 a.m. ET

Leaders of most of Iraq's anti-Saddam Hussein factions met Tuesday to shape the nation's future, even as a major Shiite group boycotted the talks.  Meanwhile, coalition troops continued to search for weapons of mass destruction, prisoners of war, foreign fighters and regime loyalist stragglers.
Rep. Christopher Shays, R-Conn.

The latest military updates in Iraq…
Retired Army Col. David Hunt, FOX military analyst

The U.S. military has genetic samples from Saddam and his sons, if a body is found and is believed to be Saddam, what's the next step?
James E. Starrs , forensic professor at George Washington University

10 a.m. ET

The latest military updates in Iraq…
Jed Babbin, former deputy undersecretary of defense                

Triumphant in Iraq, the Bush administration looked across the border to Syria on Monday, accusing it of harboring remnants of Saddam Hussein's government and supporting terrorism. Secretary of State Colin Powell raised the possibility of diplomatic and economic sanctions.
Mike Baker, former CIA covert operations officer

11 a.m. ET

The latest military updates in Iraq…
Retired Air Force Col. Darrel Whitcomb, USAF         

Can the U.S. win the heard and mind of the people in Iraq?
Imran Anwar, American-Pakistani journalist

12 p.m. ET

Is Syria a threat?
Ambassador David Scheffer, former ambassador at  large for war crimes

The latest military updates in Iraq…
Retired Air Force Maj. Gen. Burton Moore, USAF

1 p.m. ET

The latest military updates in Iraq…
Retired Army Major General Donald E. Edwards, U.S Army

2 p.m. ET

How can order be restored in Baghdad?
Raymond Kelly, NYPD police commissioner

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change