The news doesn’t stop on the weekend and neither does FOX & Friends.
Pictures of Saddam Hussein are still being found all over Iraq. Regardless, are we getting any closer to finding him? We’ll get the long and short of it from two of our FOX News contributors, Talk Radio News bureau chief Ellen Ratner and Newsday columnist Jim Pinkerton.
It looks like the domestic diva won’t be going to trial until early 2004. Will the waiting game negatively affect stock in her company? What does this mean for Martha’s billion-dollar empire? We’ll ask realmoney.com columnist Gary B. Smith.
Will history repeat itself? Let’s hope not. Iran’s failures at attempting a clear nuclear program are causing a lot of concern. Are we looking at the next Iraq? Former U.N. weapons inspector Tim Trevan will weigh in from D.C.
Can Secretary of State Colin Powell patch up the roadmap to peace or will Hamas determine its fate? Philip Johnson, president of the Foundation for Middle East Peace will join the debate.
A federal judge gives the domestic diva a trial date for criminal charges. How heavy will her judgment be? Former New York City prosecutor Paul Callan will be here to tell us.
Colin Powell continues his Mideast meetings. Can he salvage the crumbling “roadmap to peace” plan? We’ll have Doug Bandow, senior fellow at the Cato institute here with us to discuss this matter.
FNC entertainment guru Bill McCuddy previews The Hulk, the new movie from Universal Pictures and Southern Living shows the gang how to make a killer summer sundae!
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