Topics and Guests for July 17

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9 a.m. ET

Sen. Richard Shelby, R-Ala., will discuss intelligence questions about Iraq, as well as Tony Blair's address to Congress.

Is Kobe Bryant's accuser legitimate? Are the authorities using fair judgment in this celebrity case? We'll hear from the former prosecutor of Mike Tyson (search), Greg Garrison and one of the defense attorneys from the Timothy McVeigh trial, Jeralyn Merritt.

Ex-guards officer James Hewitt (search) told all about his romance with Princess Diana. We'll discuss the issue with Wendy Leigh, the royal biographer of Edward Windsor: Royal Enigma and author of Secret Letters of Marilyn Monroe and Jacqueline Kennedy.

10 a.m ET

Former Secretary of State under former President Bush, Lawrence Eagleburger will talk about Tony Blair's address to Congress today.

Wondering what happened to the man who was suspected of assaulting an eleven-year-old girl at a Target store? Robert Yeager, Sgt. of the South Charleston West Virginia Police Department will be here to discuss developments in the case.

Should flags be raised at school? A student at Willow Wind Community Learning Center believes so, and school officials are protesting him. We'll hear what happened firsthand from the student, Jesse Stanton and his mother, Anne Stanton.

Want to purchase John F. Kennedy or Jacqueline Kennedy O'Nassis memorabilia? Paula Hantman, owner of Hantman's Auctioneers and Appraisers will be here to assist you!

12 p.m. ET

More on what to expect from the Bush/Blair visit today from FNC contributor and contributing editor for Newsweek, Eleanor Clift, as well as Rep. Jennifer Dunn, R-Wash., and syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer.

2 p.m. ET

Is Tony Blair in political trouble? President and chief correspondent of Feature Story News (search), Simon Marks, as well as former ambassador to Morocco, Marc Ginsberg will join the debate.

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change.