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9 a.m. ET
Why did the United States return to orange alert Tuesday afternoon? We’ll ask Reps. Jennifer Dunn, R-Wash., and Adam Schiff, D-Calif.
Family feud: We’ll preview the finale of American Idol with Hattie Williams, Ruben's grandmother; Fred Williams, Ruben's uncle; Amy Pusey, Clay's former roommate, and Elsie Norton, former choral music director at Leesville High School.
Plus, we’ll recount the latest episode in Michael Jackson’s wild world with Flo Anthony, Black Essence magazine, and Roger Friedman, Foxnews.com’s 411 columnist.
10 a.m. ET
Is enough being done to protect the homeland? Neil Livingstone, terrorism expert and chairman and CEO of Global Options, weighs in.
Plus, meet two American heroes FBI Special Agent Stacey Mitry and Utah Detective Larry Johnston.
11 a.m. ET
What is the CIA doing to gather intelligence in this time of heightened alert? We’ll ask Peter Brookes, former CIA operations officer and senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation.
12 p.m. ET
Is Dr. Steven Hatfill, the authorities’ person of “interest” in the anthrax investigation, being harassed by the feds? Patrick Clawson, Dr. Hatfill's friend, weighs in.
Which cities have the worst drivers? Bill Heenan, president of the Steel Recycling Institute and The Steel Alliance, has the answer.
With recent terror levels on the rise and Memorial Day around the corner, how safe is it to travel? We’ll get insight from Harvey Kushner, president of SaferAmerica.com and author of Encyclopedia of Terrorism.
2 p.m. ET
Are the Saudis doing enough to help the U.S.-led war on terror? We’ll ask Amb. Imad Moustapha, Arab League of Nations member and deputy Syrian ambassador to the U.S.
There can be only one! Who will be the next American Idol? Peter Castro, assistant managing editor of People magazine, and Holly McClure, radio talk show host and film critic, join the debate.
NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change.