A team of U.S. military experts arrived in Liberia (search) on Monday to assess whether to deploy troops as part of a peacekeeping force that would restore order to a nation torn by civil war.

Can the U.S. military bring stability to Liberia? We’ll ask retired U.S. Army Col. David Hunt, FOX News military analyst, and Amb. Princeton Lyman, former U.S. ambassador to Nigeria and member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

The Supreme Court upholds that race could be a factor in college admissions. But should public high schools use race in considering where kids attend? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from Kathleen Brose, a parent who is part of a lawsuit in Seattle; Hillary Richard, civil rights attorney, and Dave Daubenmire, former High School teacher and coach.

Plus, an alleged plot by three teenagers to kill their enemies and then target other victims at random unraveled when they tried to carjack a motorist and were arrested, authorities said. We’ll get the latest on how this disaster was averted from FOX News correspondent Rick Leventhal.

And, Kobe Bryant (search), one of basketball's brightest stars, was arrested on suspicion of sexual assault. What led to the arrest of the Los Angeles Lakers guard? We’ll ask Rob Becker, FOX Sports Net legal analyst; Kim Keenan, trial attorney, and Dan Perez, criminal defense attorney.

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