Despite Syria's insistence it has not allowed senior Iraqi officials to cross its borders, the Bush administration has reason to believe several key figures in Saddam Hussein's regime may already have found refuge there, Fox News has learned.

Officials in Washington told Fox News that when American troops advanced within a certain distance from Baghdad, a "get out" order of some kind was possibly issued from the top of the regime.

All communications among regime figures stopped, the U.S. officials noted, and "no one showed up for work" the next day.

Are members of Saddam's regime hiding in Syria? We’ll get reaction from former vice presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro, FNC contributor.

Will the Bush administration’s handling of the reconstruction effort in Iraq make matters worse for the Iraqi people? Ivan Eland, senior fellow at the Independent Institute, joins the debate.

We’ll take the market’s temperature with Jonathan Hoenig, portfolio manager at Capitalist Pig Asset Management.

Plus, we’ll hear how the Virgin Group’s Richard Branson plans to help the people of Iraq.

And, how is the threat of SARS impacting businesses in the United States? We’ll ask TJ Rodgers, CEO of Cypress Semiconductor.

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