Topics and Guests for May 15

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Topics and Guests:

9 a.m. ET

Alive and kicking? How large a threat is Usama bin Laden's (search) terror network? We’ll ask Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan.

Is the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia assisting the U.S.-led war on terror? Neil Livingstone, terrorism analyst and CEO of GlobalOptions, Inc., weighs in.

Plus, who has the best chance of coming out on top of American Idol? Lisa Bernhard, deputy editor of TV Guide, and Roger Friedman, columnist for, join the debate.

10 a.m. ET

What can we expect from the South Korean president’s first official visit to United States? Amb. Marc Ginsberg, FOX News foreign affairs analyst and former ambassador to Morocco, offers insight.

Can The New York Times bounce back from its current scandal? FOX News contributors Bill Sammon, senior White House correspondent for The Washington Times, and Juan Williams, senior correspondent for National Public Radio, join the debate.

Plus, we’ll look at the progress of the president’s judicial nominations with Jana Carter, former White House special counsel, and Ed Rogers, deputy assistant to the president of the United States and executive assistant to the White House chief of staff.

And, we’ll take a look inside the president’s ride in the sky with Kenneth Walsh, author of Air Force One.

11 a.m. ET

Did the Saudis fail to tighten security ahead of Monday’s deadly attacks? We’ll ask Lally Weymouth, special diplomatic correspondent of Newsweek.

12 p.m. ET

Why is Al Qaeda the leading suspect in the Saudi bombing? Stephen Schwartz, senior policy analyst for the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, weighs in.

2 p.m. ET

We’ll get the latest on the Scott Peterson murder trial from John Kelly, prosecutor and former attorney for Nicole Simpson, and Natasha Lapiner-Giresi, criminal defense attorney.

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change.