Topics and Guests for June 9

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9 a.m. ET

Nine-year old Jennette Tamayo (search) was kidnapped on Friday from her own home. Do authorities have any leads? We'll ask Sgt. Steve Dixon of the San Jose Police Department.

10 a.m. ET

Has Martha Stewart already been found guilty by the court of public opinion? We'll ask Jackson Bain, chairman of Bain and Asscociates, and Tim Susanin, former federal prosecutor.

Does the terror-alert system need to be revamped? We'll be joined by Danny Coulson, former FBI deputy assistant director.

11 a.m. ET

Did the Pentagon manipulate intelligence on Iraq's weapons of mass destruction? Michael Vickers, former Special Forces officer, joins the debate.

12 p.m. ET

Plus, we'll get reaction to Hillary Clinton's Living History, with Julian Epstein, former counsel for the House Judiciary Committee, and Greg Mueller, Republican strategist and president of Creative Response Concepts.

2 p.m. ET

United Nations' nuclear experts are back in Iraq. What are they looking for? Tim Trevan, former U.N. weapons inspector, weighs in.

Plus, actress Justine Bateman gives us the lowdown on her new show.

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change.