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Topics and Guests for April 25:
9 a.m. ET
Central Command officials were trying Friday to find out what Tariq Aziz, Iraq's former deputy prime minister who was taken into U.S. custody the day before, knows about Saddam Hussein's fallen regime. And North Korea’s reported claim that it has nuclear weapons…
Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan.
Laci Peterson's yoga partner reacts to her death…
Elizabeth Te Velde, yoga partner
Michael Jackson's private home movies… The two hour special aired last night on Fox, we’ll get reaction.
Uri Geller, Urigeller.com and friend of Michael Jackson
Raoul Felder, celebrity divorce lawyer
10 a.m. ET
Central Command officials were on Friday trying to find out what Tariq Aziz, Iraq's former deputy prime minister who was taken into U.S. custody the day before, knows about Saddam Hussein's fallen regime.
Amb. David Scheffer, former ambassador for war crimes
See happier time in Laci and Scott Peterson's life… We’ll show you some wedding photos of Scott and Laci.
Bob Hartline, senior reporter
This week in the media…
Eric Burns, host of FOX News Watch
11 a.m. ET
Is the capture of Tariq Aziz our ticket to Saddam Hussein?
Retired Marine Lt. Col. Bill Cowan
American investigators may be one step closer to determining the fate of Navy pilot Scott Speicher, who has been missing in Iraq since the first Gulf War.
Amy Waters Yarsinske, former Navy Officer and author of, No One Left Behind: The Lt. Commander Michael Scott Speicher Story
Powell's trip to Syria…
Tony Haddad, president of the Lebanese American Council for Democracy
12 p.m. ET
Beijing city officials told 4,000 people suspected of being exposed to SARS to stay home Friday as quarantined medical workers in Taiwan held a rowdy protest and Hong Kong hospitals were accused of not properly protecting frontline doctors from the deadly bug.
Dr. David Satcher, former U.S. Surgeon General
1 p.m. ET
North Korea’s reported claim that it has nuclear weapons could backfire on the Stalinist state by alienating China, a Korean War-era ally that is a major provider of food and fuel, some analysts say.
Daryl Kimball, executive director of Arms Control Association
How are the Blue Jays dealing with the SARs crisis?
Paul Godfrey, president and CEO of the Toronto Blue Jays
Laci Peterson's lamaze yoga instructor reacts to her murder…
Debbie Wolski, Laci's yoga instructor
2 p.m. ET
The Dixie Chicks are speaking their minds and baring their bodies in an effort to battle critics who have called the country trio unpatriotic. Lead singer Natalie Maines, who got the group in trouble by telling a London audience she was "ashamed the president of the United States is from Texas," just days before the war in Iraq began, now says she regrets her choice of words, but makes no apologies for thinking critically. Maines sat dowo for an interview with ABC's Diane Sawyer for Primetime Thursday. We’ll get reaction…
Steve Gill, radio talk show host
Ellis Henican, Newsday columnist
What really happens on Spring Break? The Real Cancun opens in theaters today and gives you a revealing look at Spring Break parties…
Paul, The Real Cancun
Jorell, The Real Cancun
NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change