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9 a.m. ET

Ten Americans were killed and there was also "a large loss of life of others," caused by Monday night's terrorist bombings in the Saudi capital of Riyadh (search). How will this impact U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell scheduled visit to the kingdom? We’ll ask Amb. Richard Murphy, former U.S. ambassador to Saudi Arabia.

Plus, was the attack the work of Al Qaeda? Sen. John  McCain, R-Ariz., member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, weighs in.

A suburban high school Monday suspended several seniors involved in a brutal off-campus hazing (search) melee and will recommend the girls be expelled. Does the punishment fit the crime? We’ll be joined by Rollin Soskin, attorney for hazing victims.

And, is it time to wage war on obesity? Tommy Thompson, secretary of Health and Human Services, joins the debate.

10 a.m. ET

Should we expect more attacks on U.S. interests around the world? We’ll ask Peter Brookes, former CIA operations officer and senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation.

How important was the capture of Dr. Rihab Taha? Dr. Gazi George, former Iraqi scientist for the Iraq Atomic Energy Commission, offers insight.

And, was President Clinton the only president that dallied with a White House intern? Robert Dallek, author of An Unfinished Life, examines the facts.

Plus, meet American Idol’s latest victim, Joshua Gracin.

11 a.m. ET

We’ll examine the relationship between Saddam Hussein and French President Jacques Chirac with radio talk show hosts Jean-Jacques de Masterton and Bernie Ward.

12 p.m. ET

Will Monday night's terrorist bombings in Riyadh weaken U.S. commitment to the region? Reps. Martin Frost, D-Texas, and Chris Shays, R-Conn., join the debate.

2 p.m. ET

How much of a threat does Al Qaeda pose? Michael Swetnam, former CIA officer and co-author of Usama bin Laden's al-Qaida: Profile of a Terrorist Network, offers insight.

We’ll examine how a reporter for The New York Times could have committed frequent acts of journalistic fraud with Robert Lichter of the Center for Media and Public Affairs.

Plus, we’ll preview Hollywood’s crop of summer blockbusters with Charles Coxe, executive editor of Maxim Goes to the Movies.

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change.