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Topics and Guests for Wednesday,
May 14:

The clean up continues as investigators sifted through mounds of concrete and steel rubble Wednesday at a housing compound in northeastern Riyadh, (search) Saudi Arabia, where one of several car bombs that exploded Monday night left a crater 20 feet wide and 3 feet deep.

If Monday's bombings in Saudi Arabia were indeed carried out by Al Qaeda, what can be done to prevent future attacks? We’ll ask the Control Risks Group’s Kevin Rosser.

Is Usama bin Laden’s terror network reorganizing in Saudi Arabia? Jean Seznec, terrorism specialist and adjunct professor of Middle East studies at Columbia University, weighs in.

Why haven’t the Democratic candidates for president been able to generate any buzz? USC Law Professor Susan Estrich joins us from Los Angeles.

Plus, Democrat or Republican, being a governor is an especially hard job these days. Is it time for the governors to start pounding on the White House door, asking for help? Iowa's Democratic Gov. Tom Vilsack, weighs in.

And, following The New York Times’ scandal we’ll examine the legal ramifications of plagiarism with FOX News senior judicial analyst, Judge Andrew Napolitano.

That story and more... tonight on The Big Story at 5 p.m ET.

Note: All guests and topics subject to change