Tonight... Get on the record!

Is Iran (search) running a secret nuclear weapons program?

A senior diplomat cited a report from the International Atomic Energy Agency (search) today which says that U.N. inspectors have found traces of highly enriched, weapons-grade uranium (search) at an Iranian nuclear facility.

How serious are these finding? How much of a threat is Iran to world security?

We'll bring you a LIVE report from Washington as well as a special interview with FNC Foreign Affairs Analyst Mansoor Ijaz.

Plus, we'll also hear from a CENTCOM (search) spokesman about the current situation in both Iran and Iraq.

Then, hundreds of U.S. soldiers raided a northern town today in a bid to smash a crime ring wanted for murder, gunrunning and a terrorist attack on a police station that killed an American soldier earlier this month.

In Tuesday's raid, soldiers backed by tanks, helicopters and Bradley fighting vehicles (search) stormed Khalis, 42 miles north of Baghdad, hunting for the gang's notorious leader, Lateef Hamed al-Kubaishat -- known as Lateef by U.S. forces, said Col. David Hogg, commander of the 4th Infantry Division's 2nd Brigade (search).

Soldiers caught 24 members of the "terrorist organization" but Lateef appeared to have eluded capture, Hogg said.

"Their primary focus is probably criminal activity, but they have attacked coalition forces through direct and indirect means," Hogg told The Associated Press. "As long as he (Lateef) is in place we will not be able to establish the conditions for the Iraqi police to establish law and order in the area."

How dangerous was this raid? Will it help to establish law and order in the town? We'll talk with our FOX News Military Analysts.

And later, our legal panel takes on the latest news in the Laci Peterson case.

Tonight's distinguised attorneys include:

Geoffrey Feiger, criminal defense attorney

Jayne Weintraub, criminal defense attorney

Bernie Grimm, criminal defense attorney and former prosecutor

Ted Williams, criminal defense attorney and former Washington, D.C. homicide detective

All these stories and much, much more!

Get on the record tonight at 10 p.m. ET only on the FOX News Channel!

--The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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