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9 a.m. ET
Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf (search) ventures to Washington today to meet with President Bush. Will Bush grant his requests for a new trade pact and the waiver of Pakistan’s remaining $1.8 billion debt? We’ll ask Mansoor Ijaz, FNC foreign affairs analyst.
Leanna Warner’s parents have not given up hope in the search for their five-year-old daughter who has been missing from their Minnesota home for ten days. Chief Scott Erickson of the Chisolm Police Department will join us to update the situation and ask for your help in the search.
Want to see a 15 feet tall and 3000 pound green Hulk without the movie ticket? Janine Digioacchino, the general manager of Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum, will join us to tell all about the latest attraction that literally went through the roof.
10 a.m. ET
The Statue of Liberty has been America’s leading lady for 117 years and Tom DeLeo, the keeper of the Statue will join us to discuss his long fling with the flame.
11 a.m. ET
Defense officials said Sunday they are investigating whether a strike on a three-vehicle convoy fleeing Iraq near the Syrian border last Wednesday killed top officials in Saddam Hussein's (search) government. Could it have been Saddam and his sons? We’ll investigate the issue.
Weekend reports suggest that Usama bin Laden is in Pakistan. Can President Musharaff help us find bin Laden? Michael Barone, FNC contributor and senior writer for US News and World Report; Susan Estrich, FNC contributor and USC Law Professor; and Peter Beinart, editor of the New Republic, will offer insight on the issues.
12 p.m. ET
Reps. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., and John Spratt, D-S.C., both members of the Armed Services Committee will join us to discuss current international topics.
Has a new kind of conjured celebrity overtaken the American pop culture landscape? B.J. Sigesmund, the general editor of Newsweek, weighs in on the disturbing trend.
2 p.m. ET
Again we take a look at the possibility of Musharraf bringing us closer to bin Laden. Mike Baker, former CIA covert operations officer will give us a closer look at what might be going on behind the scenes.
Is "Gore" really short for Gore-Geous? We will be talking to Rosemary Gore, a twenty-nine year-old actress and blood relative to the President non-elect Al Gore.
NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change.