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9 a.m. ET

How can we keep our Nation’s Capital safe this holiday weekend? U.S. Capitol Police Chief Terry Gainer will be here to discuss.

A mother and the alleged son of Oscar De La Hoya (search) have been reported missing in Anaheim, California. Sgt. Rick Martinez, public information officer for the Anaheim Police Department, will update the situation.  

Which movies should you see this holiday weekend? Susannah Gora, associate editor of Premiere magazine, will give us the scoop.

10 a.m. ET

The U.S. is under intense international pressure to send troops to the West African nation of Liberia (search) in hopes of restoring order to the country. After facing much national and international backlash for invading Iraq, should the U.S. put it’s neck on the line?

And what will this mean for a military that is still under attack in Iraq? Retired U.S. Marine Cpl. Lt. Col. Michael Butters, FOX News Channel military analyst, will answer our questions.

Are we vulnerable to terror attacks this holiday weekend? Steve Pomerantz, former FBI chief of counter-terrorism joins the discussion.

2 p.m. ET

Should the U.S. send troops to Liberia? As we continue the discussion retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Tom McInerney, a FOX News Channel military analyst, will join us.

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change.