Guests and Topics: July 21

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

The U.S. Embassy in Liberia's (search) capital was hit by mortar fire today, as 41 Marines arrived to reinforce security at the American compound in war-shattered Monrovia.

Meanwhile, heavy fighting in Monrovia (search) has killed at least 60 people, according to hospital and emergency workers.

We'll have the latest on this developing story.

Plus, as his approval rating continues to drop is President Bush in trouble politically? If troops in Iraq fail to find Saddam Hussein (search) and his sons could things get tough for the president as he heads into an election year? What should the president be doing to improve his image with the American people? We'll talk with Larry Sabato (search) the Director of the Center for Politics at the University of Virginia (search).

Also, speaking of the next presidential election, former Clinton adviser Dick Morris will be here to share some breaking news with us about a likely name on the Democratic ticket in 2004. -- It might just surprise you!

And, law enforcement authorities in Massachusetts say that they will not charge the leaders of the Boston Archdiocese (search) in the priest sex abuse case. Are they making a mistake? We'll tell you why this decision is so important, especially for children.

Later, as The Factor moves along... How do professional athletes handle the tremendous sexual temptation that comes from stardom and a life lived on the road? As the Kobe Bryant sexual assault case continues to unfold we'll talk with someone who has also had to deal with the rigors of stardom as a professional athlete:  Trevor Matich a former team member of the Washington Redskins football team.

See you in the No Spin Zone at 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET

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