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Topics and Guests for April 17:

9 a.m. ET

What is the community’s reaction to the possibility of the body found being Laci Peterson?
Carmen Sabatino, mayor of Modesto           

Does an agreement signed between Israel and the Palestinians in 1995 give immunity to Palestinian guerrilla leader Abu Abbas?
Saeb Erekat, Palestinian negotiator
Joel Singer, former legal adviser of the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs

10 a.m. ET

Scott Speicher: Why hasn’t the POW from Gulf War been found? Has enough manpower been devoted to finding him?
Richard Adams, Scott Speicher's nephew               

Are U.S. troops close to Syria?
Retired Army Maj. Gen. Paul Vallely, U.S. Army and FOX News military analyst              

How should we deal with Syria and their habit of housing terrorists?
Amb. Edward P. Djerejian, former ambassador to Syria and Israel

11 a.m. ET

What affects does being a former POW have on a person?
Dr. Cameron Ritchie, director for mental health at the Pentagon               

Madonna releases a new video, will give you a peak and get reaction to it!
Lisa G, radio personality

12 p.m. ET

Is tough talk on Syria compromising U.S. credibility overseas?
Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison, R-Texas 
               
Join the debate: Should Syria be next?
Juan Williams, NPR senior correspondent
Linda Chavez, syndicated columnist       

1 p.m. ET

If police confirm that Laci Peterson’s body was found, who will be the focus of their investigation?Kimberely Guilfoyle Newsom, San Francisco assistant DA
Natasha Lapiner-Giresi, criminal defense attorney

2 p.m. ET 

Experiments in monkeys have confirmed the identity of the virus that causes severe acute respiratory syndrome, the World Health Organization announced Wednesday, an important step toward developing new drugs to combat the disease. Will it continue to spread? 
Dr. Kenneth Mcintosh, director of clinical research at Children’s Hospital in Boston

The ‘axis of evil’ is now Iran and Syria...
Geoffrey Kemp, former special assistant to President Reagan for National Security Affairs 

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change