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9 a.m. ET

Will five suicide bombings in two days derail the peace process in the Middle East? We’ll ask Sen. Kit Bond, R-Mo., member of the Senate Intelligence Committee.

Is Scott Peterson capable of murder? We’ll ask Gloria Allred, attorney for Amber Frey.

Plus, there can be only one American Idol. Who has the edge? WRAL radio hosts Bill Jordan and Sheri Logan, and Bernard Kincaid, Mayor of Birmingham, AL, join the debate.

10 a.m. ET

Following the latest rash of terror attacks, should we be concerned at home? Steve Pomerantz, former assistant FBI director, weighs in.

11 a.m. ET

Are the Saudis doing enough to help the U.S. fight the war on terror? We’ll ask Stephen Schwartz, author of The Two Faces of Islam.

12 p.m. ET

Al Qaeda attacks against American and Western targets are "likely" and "attacks in the U.S. cannot be ruled out," the FBI said in a special edition of its bulletin to law enforcement agencies throughout the country. Reps. Mike Pence, R-Ind., and Steve Israel, D-N.Y., sound off.

How would a second Bush term impact the economy? FOX News contributors Geraldine Ferraro, former vice presidential candidate, and Al D'Amato, former New York senator, join the debate.

2 p.m. ET

Legendary singer and songwriter Neil Sedaka handicaps the finalists of American Idol.

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change.