Tonight... The O'Reilly Factor is on!

Hillary Clinton (search) sat down with ABC's Barbara Walters for an hour-long interview last night. And Mrs. Clinton's new memoirs Living History (search) hit bookstores today. Is the book largely truthful or a brilliant work of fiction? We'll have analysis of the book and what can almost be called Mrs. Clinton's "speech" last night.

Then, an openly gay man has been elected Bishop of New Hampshire by Episcopalians in the Granite State. The bishop-elect, the Rev. Canon V. Gene Robinson (search) was once a married man with children. Should he have suppressed his sexual orientation and stayed in his marriage if he wanted to play such an important role in leading the faithful? Should his sexual orientation be considered given the prominent role he's expected to play in the Episcopal (search) church?

Also, a remarkable story of a 9-year-old girl's abduction and return after being kidnapped in California. Could anything have prevented this? We'll ask a child safety expert.

Don't miss The Factor!  See you tonight in the No Spin Zone at 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET

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