Tonight...Get on the record with Greta!

President Bush addressed the nation last night and promised that the United States will stay the course in the war on terror and in Iraq.

As part of the country's efforts in the Middle East and in the on-going war on terror, President Bush will also ask Congress for $87 billion to fund the rebuilding in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Will the president's plan work? Will the rest of the world join the United States and Great Britain in helping to rebuilding Iraq and the fight against terror in the region?

We'll get reaction from former four-time presidential advisor David Gergen (search).

Plus, what's the international reaction been like to the president's address? Spain's Foreign Minister Ana Palacio (search) goes on the record with Greta.

Then, a new and very chilling Al Qaeda (search) message promises new terror attacks so brutal they will make Americans forget the devastation of September 11, 2001. The threats come from a new audio tape, dated September 3, that is purported to be from the terror network. We'll get the latest from FNC Contributor and Washington Times National Security Correspondent Bill Gertz and the Chicago Tribune's Cam Simpson

And later, startling new revelations in the murder case involving Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel (search).  The members of our legal roundtable will weigh in on the possibility of a re-trial in the case.

Tonight's members of our legal roundtable include the following attorneys:

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

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

--The Associated Press contributed to this story.

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