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Topics and Guests for May 12:
9 a.m. ET
Palestinian leaders have put aside reservations to parts of the U.S.-developed plan for peace with Israel and are ready to get started on it, Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas (search) said Sunday. Will the president's road map bring peace? Reps. Jerry Weller, R-Ill., and Ben Cardin, D-Md., join the debate.
Are we safe at home? We'll examine America's counter-terrorism preparations with Cortez Trotter, executive director of Chicago's Emergency Management, and Gregory Nickels, mayor of Seattle.
Plus, we'll get the tragic details of two East Texas children, from J.B. Smith, sheriff of Smith County, Texas.
And, meet the star of 8 Simple Rules, actor John Ritter.
10 a.m. ET
Can the U.S. rebuild the damaged relationships with France and Germany? We'll ask Amb. Robert Kimmitt, former U.S. ambassador to Germany.
Are authorities doing enough to protect the homeland from a dirty bomb attack? Joe Allbaugh, FNC analyst and former director of FEMA, weighs in.
And, why are authorities investigating the Kentucky Derby (search) winner? Dave Smith of FOX Sports Radio explains.
11 a.m. ET
Is Al Qaeda planning new attacks on the United States? We'll ask former CIA officer, Michael Swetnam.
A staff reporter for The New York Times is dismissed after being accused of committing frequent acts of journalistic fraud. What is happening at the Grey Lady? We'll be joined by Eric Burns, host of FOX News Watch.
And, meet Jill Nicolini, finalist of Fox's Married by America.
12 p.m. ET
With the U.N. Security Council looking to avoid the bitter divisions that broke out before the war, France and Russia toned down objections to a new U.S. plan for ruling postwar Iraq. Is there a role for the U.N. in Iraq? We'll ask Reps. J.D. Hayworth, R-Ariz., and John Spratt, D-S.C.
NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change