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What role will the United Nations play in the rebuilding of Iraq? We’ll get the Long and Short of it from FNC contributors Jim Pinkerton and Ellen Ratner.
How could the SARS scare impact the amount of money that you have in your pocket? We’ll ask Gary B. Smith, columnist for Realmoney.com and the Chartman on Bulls & Bears.
The capture of former Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Tariq Aziz is another triumph for coalition forces. But, can they give us information that will help our hunt for Saddam Hussein? Peter Brookes, senior fellow for National Security Policy at the Heritage Foundation, offers insight.
Plus, now that we've got them, what do we do with Saddam's top guys? Former U.S. attorney Kendall Coffey weighs in.
When it comes to battling worldwide terrorism can we count on Syria? Fred Gedrich, senior policy analyst for the Freedom Alliance, joins the debate.
Are U.S. authorities any closer to finding out what happened to missing Gulf War pilot Lieutenant Commander Scott Speicher? We’ll ask Amy Waters Yarsinske, former U.S. Navy officer and the author of No One Left Behind.
Can we trust Iraq's Shiite Muslim majority to help us shape the country's future government? We’ll ask Michael Hudson, a professor of international relations and Arab studies at Georgetown University.
Plus, FNC’s Adam Housley joins us to share his war stories from Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Are we any closer to pinpointing Saddam’s whereabouts? We’ll ask Marvin Ott, former CIA analyst.
North Korea admits that his country has nuclear weapons and may test, export or use them depending on U.S. actions. Does this revelation come as any surprise to the U.S.? We’ll be joined by John Green, senior analyst at the Eurasia Group.
How long will coalition forces have to remain in Iraq? The Heritage Foundation’s Nile Gardiner weighs in.
Plus, we’ll hear from Rep. Mark Green, R-Wisc.
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