Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld (search) tours Saddam's hometown, meeting with a U.S. commander in Tikrit who believes Saddam is probably hiding somewhere in that city.

Are we any closer to catching the deposed dictator? We’ll ask Thomas White, former secretary of the Army and author of Reconstructing Eden, and retired Maj. Gen. Don Edwards.

Eight of the Democrats (search) running for the White House did verbal combat Thursday night. How did they do? We’ll get reaction from Rick Reed, GOP strategist; Charles Dolan, Democratic strategist, and Lee Miringoff, director of the Marist College Poll.

How safe are teenagers behind the wheel? Could a campaign to ban them from gabbing on cell phones while driving safe lives? Or, are teens being unfairly targeted? We’ll ask Robert Sinclair, Jr. of the Automobile Club of New York; Yolanda Gaskins, attorney, and Lisa Duffner, whose two-year-old was killed by teen driver on cell phone.

Plus, fast food giant McDonald’s was under siege from some overweight teens that were suing the company for making them fat. So what happened to that lawsuit? We’ll be joined by FOX News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano.

And, we’ll look at some of the most outrageous lawsuits of the year with Attila Benko, fraud investigator, and Randy Cassingham, creator of the Stella Awards.

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