United States forces are taking a new, double-barreled approach to maintaining order in Iraq (search). The plan is to combine military raids, with high-profile relief projects for needy Iraqis.

Will this new approach discourage any more attacks by resistance forces? We’ll be joined by FOX News correspondent Bob Sellers, live in Baghdad.

How to bring peace to the Middle East: that seems to be the number-one question all around the world. A new proposal might involve sending U.S. troops to the region to fight Hamas. Should we send our troops to this particular trouble zone? We'll ask Evan Kohlmann, senior terrorism analyst with The Investigative Project; Richard Murphy, former U.S. ambassador to Saudi Arabia and Syria, and retired U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Paul Vallely, FOX News military analyst.

Plus, you’ve probably heard of sin taxes: charges slapped on alcohol and cigarettes to offset the rising cost of health care. But now one lawmaker wants to impose a similar tax on junk food. Can taxes prevent childhood obesity? We’ll be joined by Sean Faircloth, state assemblyman from Maine who supports "fat taxes," and John Doyle, co-founder of The Center for Consumer Freedom.

And, Scott Peterson’s attorneys have asked that the gag order on his case be thrown out and that another lawyer be held in contempt of court. Is Gloria Allred, currently representing Amber Frey, violating the gag order? We’ll ask Nelda Luce Blair, former prosecutor, and Mickey Sherman, criminal defense attorney.

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