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9 a.m. ET

What is being done to protect our cities? Miami Police Commissioner John Timoney has some of the details.

Plus, FNC entertainment guru Bill McCuddy sits down with America’s new Idol!

10 a.m. ET

Could the type of dog you own, cause you to lose your homeowner’s insurance? We’ll be joined by Washington State Rep. Tom Campbell, R-Wash.; Bruiser, a rottweiler, and Phyllis Daugherty, director of Los Angeles Animal Welfare Group.

Plus, it’s a family feud! How did Clay and Ruben do on the American Idol finale? We’ll be joined by Brian Studdard, Ruben's uncle, and Suzanne Lyczkowski and Erin Smither, who work with Clay at the A.R. Finley YMCA.

11 a.m. ET

How vulnerable are is the airline industry to a terrorist attack? We’ll ask Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison, R-Texas.

Why was a New York Times reporter forced to cut short a keynote address to graduates at Rockford College, a private Illinois college? We’ll ask Frank Schier, reporter for the Rock River Times, and Michael Sullivan, adjunct professor at Rockford College.

Is Hezbollah a greater threat than Al Qaeda? David Lewis, reporter for Frontline World, offers insight.

12 p.m. ET

Arab satellite station Al-Jazeera airs an alleged call to arms by audiotape of Usama bin Laden's top lieutenant. Is the homefront safe? Dale Watson, former FBI chief of counter-terrorism, weighs in.

2 p.m. ET

What can we learn from the latest Al Qaeda message? Flyntt Leverett, former National Security Council adviser on the Middle East, joins the debate.

Plus, what does it take to be crowned poker champion of the world? We’ll ask Phil Hellmuth Jr., seven-time poker champion.

And, we’ll be joined by Matchbox 20’s Paul Douchette and Rob Thomas.

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change.