When your kids go out on Friday night, are they behaving themselves?

Are you sure?

The results of two new studies on sexual activity among teens -- one from the National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy and the other from the National Network for Health – may leave you dumbfounded.

Why are teens are having more sex and what, if anything, should adults do about it? We’ll ask Dr. Megan Meeker, author of Epidemic: How Teen Sex is Killing our Kids, and Leslee Unruh, president and founder of the Abstinence Clearing House.

We’ll also ask 11th grader Kady Bentley if she feels any peer pressure to become sexually active?

And, are young girls confused about the difference between love and sex? We’ll be joined by psychologist Dr. Robert Selverstone.

Plus, U.S. counterterrorism officials say a key reason for raising the national terror alert on Tuesday had to do with the suspected activities of senior Al Qaeda (search) operatives thought to be in Iran -- a country the Bush administration has long accused of harboring terrorists.

As the Memorial Day holiday weekend approaches, are we safe at home? We'll ask Rep. Mac Thornberry, R-Texas, chairman of the House Subcommittee on Cyber-Terrorism;
Sen. Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga., member of the Select Committee on Intelligence, and John Timoney, commissioner of the Miami Police Department.

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