Tonight... The O'Reilly Factor is on!

Was a group of three New Jersey teenagers about to go on a Columbine-style killing spree in the Garden State? They were caught with a lot of weapons and ammunition, including two rifles, a shotgun, two handguns, two swords, several knives and ammunition. -- Many of the weapons were owned by the Ron Lovett, the father of one of Michael Lovett (search), one of the young men. We'll talk with Mr. Lovett and his attorney Craig Mitnick.

Plus, two mass killings that tragically could not be thwarted today... We'll take you to the scene of both incidents.

And, is it morally wrong for the media to cover the revelations in a new book about what might have gone on in John F. Kennedy Jr.'s marriage? Is it appropriate to cover the story nearly four years after the couple's tragic death? We'll debate it with Chicago Sun-Times columnist Richard Roeper.

Also, the New Jersey State Assembly finally takes action regarding the state's extremely  controversial poet laureate, Amiri Baraka (search). We'll tell you what they've done.

Then, how can we prevent the guerilla attacks on American troops in Iraq? We'll ask FOX News Military Analyst and former Marine Col. David Hunt.

Finally, MSNBC has fired controversial radio talk show host Michael Savage (search). Is there a difference between what you can say on radio and what is permissible on television? The answer might just surprise you when Quinnipiac University Professor Rich Hanley sits down with O'Reilly.

All these stories and much, much more...

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