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Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister Tariq Aziz has been captured. What will happen to him? We'll have the details. Marc Ginsberg, former U.S. Ambassador to Morocco and FOX News contributor will join us.
Then, Senator Hillary Clinton is back in the news again. Has she been disrespectful to the families of 9/11 victims? Why is one New Yorker charging that she fabricated some information about the 9/11 families? We'll talk with Stephen Brill author of the new book After: How Americans Confronted the September 12 Era.
Also, former President Bill Clinton and his wife did meet with Canadian Prime Minister in the Dominican Republic recently... Should he have met with Canada's leader at a time when relations between the United States and Canada are under great strain? Democratic Strategist Robert Zimmerman weighs in.
Later, the United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan is criticizing the United States over Iraq. Annan has called on U.S.-led coalition forces in Iraq to respect international law as the "occupying power" in that country. As you might imagine, his remarks didn't sit well with U.S. officials. What's going on here? And what about the billions that the Secretary General and his crew at the United Nations got from Iraq? We'll analyze the situation this evening with David Scheffer, Sr. Vice President, The United Nations Association.
And, a 4-year-old girl is scalded to death by her mother. You will not believe how the D.A. handled the case... Richard Schwartz, the New York Daily News and Niger Innis from the Congress for Racial Equality.
Finally, we'll speak with a person who came down with SARS and lived to tell the tale. Cardiologist L. John Charles, M.D. will be here.
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