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It's another ACLU (search)-driven outrage as a federal judge in San Diego rules that the Boy (search) Scouts is a religious organization, and therefore not qualified to do business with the city.

We'll turn to Judge Andrew Napolitano, FNC senior judicial analyst and Dr. John Eastman, professor of constitutional law at Chapman University, for analysis.

See shocking video from Disney World (search), where gay sex is being flaunted. We'll show you what's going on, plus we’ll talk to Chris Alexander-Manley, vice president of marketing for Gay Days, and Martin Mawyer, president of CAN.

Kobe Bryant appears in court today to answer charges he sexually assaulted a 19-year-old woman. Celebrity Justice Correspondent Dan Simon will weigh in on the hearing.

President Bush sends American troops to Liberia. What kind of danger do they face? We’ll ask Dr. K.A. Paul of Globalpeacenow.com

A new study finds that many American women don't feel guilty about cheating. Susan Shapiro Barash, who teaches gender studies at Marymount Manhattan College, will explain.

A controversial program now under way in Miami allows street hookers to avoid jail by signing a waiver saying they will leave. Hear what city Police Chief John Timoney has to say about the plan.

Finally, don't miss our world famous Talking Points Memo and The Most Ridiculous Item of the Day!

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

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