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9 a.m. ET
Al Qaeda (search) in the U.S.: An Ohio truck driver with ties to bin Laden’s terror organization pleads guilty to two felony charges according to documents unsealed Thursday. Are we safe at home? We’ll ask Reps. Steve Israel, D-N.Y., member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, and Ray Lahood, R-Ill., member of the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Andrew Luster is back in America and went straight to prison. As the Max Factor heir prepares for justice, we'll speak with Barry Novack, a victim's attorney who is preparing a civil suit against Luster.
Plus, we’ll find out what is on tap for Prince William’s 21st birthday with Simon Perry, London correspondent for People magazine.
10 a.m. ET
Is the homeland secure? Howard Safir, former New York Police Department commissioner, weighs in.
Why did cops in Florida shut down a little girl’s lemonade stand? We’ll ask Abby Shaw, the six year old entrepreneur, and her mother K.C.
Plus, we’ll review the week in media with Eric Burns, host of FOX News Watch.
11 a.m. ET
What is the impact of continued attacks on our troops in Iraq by Saddam loyalists? We’ll ask retired U.S. Army Green Beret Maj. Bob Bevelacqua, FOX News military analyst.
Plus, we’ll be joined by Angelina Jolie, actress and goodwill ambassador for the United Nations Refugee Agency.
12 p.m. ET
A truck driver worked directly with Al Qaeda terrorists in a plot to derail trains in the United States and sabotage a bridge in New York City, Attorney General John Ashcroft said Thursday. Is this a sign that our efforts to combat terrorism are working? Reps. John Sweeney, R-N.Y., and Robert Andrews, D-N.J., members of the Homeland Security Committee, weighs in.
And, American Idol stars Justin and Kelly join us to chat about their jump to the big screen.
2 p.m. ET
Is there a double standard in the justice system for the wealthy? Al Deblanc, criminal defense attorney, and Colin H. Murray, former prosecutor, weigh in.
And, a pizza chain is using homeless people to advertise: is it employment, or exploitation? Andre Jehan, founder of Pizza Schmizza, and Donald Whitehead, executive director of National Coalition for the Homeless, join the debate.
NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change.