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There is quite a controversy brewing in Alabama. A federal judge says a Ten Commandments (search) monument must be removed from Alabama's Judicial Building by August 20th.

The Alabama Chief Justice who installed the monument is appealing to the U.S. Supreme Court. Due to the summer recess, there is no chance the case will be heard before the August deadline, which leaves this judge to face a $5000 a day fine for contempt if he does not comply.

Are his free speech rights being violated or is he misinterpreting the law? Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore will give us an exclusive interview.

And the word broke last evening that Arnold Schwarzenegger (search) will enter the California gubernatorial race. Does this mean termination of the other candidates? Former California Governor Jerry Brown will have a lot to say on the subject.

Why is Al Gore (search) making a speech denouncing the Bush Administration (search)? Could he be testing the waters for more Gore in 2004?

Bob Edgar, former Pennsylvania congressman and JC Watts, former Oklahoma congressman weigh in.

And the Judge in the Kobe Bryant (search) case has ordered a special investigator to uncover media leaks that violate the gag order. Defense attorney Geoffrey Nathan and former L.A. prosecutor Marcia Clark will discuss the latest.                

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--The Associated Press contributed to this report

-All guests and topics subject to change