Hurricane Isabel (search) roars through the East Coast, claiming at least 15 lives and knocking out power for millions.

We’ll get on the ground assessment of the damage from FOX News’ Jonathan Serrie in Indian Beach, NC, and Jeff Goldblatt in Virginia Beach.

Plus, Max Bartholomew, director of government affairs for Dominion Power, describes efforts to return electricity to the storm zone.

We’ll also get updates from two people who refused to evacuate their homes. How did they ride out the hurricane?

How did the storm impact the nation’s airline industry? We’ll be joined by Secretary of Transportation Norman Mineta.

Plus, Joe Allbaugh, former head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, weighs in.

Is Sen. Hillary Clinton angling for a presidential bid through Gen. Wesley Clark? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from Doug Hattaway, Democratic strategist, and Terry Holt, Republican strategist.

The New York Times reports that the Saudis are making great strides in battling terror. But if that’s true, then why are so many men from that country streaming into Iraq to attack American soldiers? We’ll ask Ron Motley, lead attorney for the Sept. 11 families, and Rita Katz, director of the Site Institute and author of Terrorist Hunter.

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