Topics and Guests for May 14

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Topics and Guests:

9 a.m. ET

President Bush wrapped up his three-state tax-cut tour Tuesday, stumping for his economic package and repeating that economic security is key to homeland security. Will the president get everything he asked for? Reps. Mark Souder, R-In., and Harold Ford, D-Tenn., join the debate.

Plus, we’ll recap Monday’s episode of American Idol with radio personality Lisa G and Ben Pappas, senior editor of US Weekly.

10 a.m. ET

Was Al Qaeda behind Monday night’s deadly attack in the Saudi capital? David Cid, former FBI specialist on terrorism and counter-intelligence, weighs in.

We’ll review the case against Scott Peterson with Joe Cardinale, former NYPD squad commander; Dr. Cyril Wecht, forensic pathologist, and Aissa Wayne, criminal defense attorney.

11 a.m. ET

Why is a Stephen Joseph, a lawyer who has spent much of his life enjoying Oreo cookies, suing Kraft Foods? We’ll ask him.

12 p.m. ET

Are Monday’s terror attacks proof that Al Qaeda is alive and well? Reps. Porter Goss, R-Fla., and Jane Harman, D-Calif., join the debate.

2 p.m. ET

Prosecution admits recording conversations between Scott Peterson and various reporters. Does this put journalists in a precarious position with potentially becoming witnesses in the case? We’ll ask FOX News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano and Jan Ronis, criminal defense attorney.

Will SARS and the threat of terrorism slow down summer travel? We’ll ask Dr. Suzanne Cook, senior vice president of research for the Travel Industry Assoc. of America.

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change.