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Topics and Guests for May 7:
9 a.m. ET
Now that Iraq has been neutralized, where should the U.S. intelligence community focus its attention next? We’ll ask Sens. Mary Landrieu, D-La., and George Allen, R-Va.
Plus, hear the remarkable story of Honus, a two-year old boxer who underwent a remarkable canine medical procedure.
10 a.m. ET
The French government (search) gave members of Saddam Hussein's regime passports that would allow them to enter Europe and escape the coalition's hunt for top Iraqi officials, The Washington Times reported Tuesday. Can the America’s transatlantic relationship with France be repaired? Talk show hosts Jean-Jacques de Masterton and Bernie Ward face off.
A judge rules that nearly all of a confession that sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo (search) gave to police can be used by prosecutors at trial. How will this impact his defense? We’ll ask Ken Padowitz, former Florida prosecutor, and Geoffrey Nathan, criminal defense attorney.
11 a.m. ET
Out of sight, out of mind? Is Usama bin Laden’s terror network still a threat? Michael Swetnam, former CIA officer, and Bob Pence, former FBI agent, join the debate.
What are the challenges to creating a democracy in Iraq? Radwan Masmoudi, president of the Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy, offers insight.
Plus, we’ll be joined by Christina Santiago, Playboy's Playmate of the Year.
12 p.m. ET
Sen. Bob Graham (search) formally launches his democratic presidential campaign by accusing President Bush of waging war against terrorism to “settle old scores'' against Iraq's Saddam Hussein. Is the claim out of bounds? Jamal Simmons, press secretary for Graham for President, and Clifford May, former RNC communications director, join the debate.
And, we’ll get reaction of the latest edition of American Idol with BJ Sigesmund, entertainment editor for Newsweek.
1 p.m. ET
Defense attorney Mark Geragos vows that he will show beyond a reasonable doubt that Scott Peterson didn't murder his wife and unborn son late last year. What’s his strategy? John Burris, criminal defense attorney, and Nelda Luce Blair, former Texas prosecutor, offer insight.
NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change