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Topics and Guests for April 29:

9 a.m. ET

The United States has moved an air operation center from this base to one in Qatar, officials said Tuesday. The move is the first major step in a reorganization of American military forces in the region after the war in Iraq.
Sen. John Sununu
, R-N.H.                   

President Bush takes his message of a more peaceful Middle East to Dearborn, Mich. — home to the country's largest Arab population.
Nouri Sitto, spokesperson for Iraqi American Democratic Union

A competition to design a memorial to those who died in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and the 1993 World Trade Center bombing began Monday. The memorial is to be built on a 4.7-acre site encompassing the so-called "footprints" of the twin towers. It will be incorporated into an overall trade center rebuilding plan developed by Daniel Libeskind, the architect whose design was chosen in February.
Kevin Rampe, interim president of the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation            

10 a.m. ET

Tariq Aziz says Saddam is still alive…
James Woolsey, former CIA director

Investigators are looking into whether a South Louisiana killer may have abducted Melinda Mcghee from her home in rural Alabama. Investigating the case today on FOX…
Grover smith, sheriff of Escambia County, Alabama           

The ever-popular Iraqi Information Minister, Baghdad Bob, is being immortalized with an action figure by a Connecticut company called Herobuilders.com… We’ll give you a look!
Emil Vicale, president of Herobuilders.com

11 p.m. ET

Is there a French connection in Iraq?
Ambassador Marc Ginsberg former ambassador to Morocco 

Leaders from Southeast Asia joined China's premier for an emergency SARS summit Tuesday while three more countries announced their first cases of the infectious disease.
Tommy Thompson, secretary of Health and Human Services  

Only the Strong Survive opens in theaters on May 9th
Mary Wilson, former member of the Supremes

12 p.m. ET

Leaders from Southeast Asia joined China's premier for an emergency SARS summit Tuesday while three more countries announced their first cases of the infectious disease.
Senator Judd Gregg, R-N.H.                

Should we cut deals with any of "Iraq's most wanted" for information leading to Saddam?
Amb. David Scheffer, former ambassador-at-large for war crimes during the Clinton adminstration
Richard Lowry, National Review editor

1 p.m. ET 

Despite its threats of nuclear tests, North Korea caught the attention of U.S. officials last week by also expressing a willingness to dispose of its missiles and nuclear weapons programs.
Jon Wolfsthal, nuclear analyst    

American Idol
airs Tuesdays and Wednesdays… Fox talks to a recently eliminated contestant!Carmen Rasmusen, eliminated contestant

2 p.m. ET   

Weapons inspectors are in North Korea and the search continues for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.
Garth Whitty, former weapons inspector
               
The bodies of Laci Peterson and her unborn child were located on the bottom of San Francisco Bay weeks before they washed up on shore, but a ship may have dislodged the remains before they could be retrieved, a newspaper reported Sunday. We'll have the details.
Joe Cardinale
, recently retired NYPD detective
Kimberly Guilfoyle Newsom, assistant district attorney
Dr. Cyril Wecht, forensic pathologist

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change