Here’s what is on tap for Wednesday:

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The military is giving mixing signals regarding the whereabouts of Saddam Hussein (search). Could this be a military strategy to lure the deposed leader? We’ll ask retired Marine Corps Col. Ed Badolato, who is the current executive vice president of Homeland Security for The Shaw Group.

The defense for Kobe Bryant (search) is gearing up. Could today be another groundbreaking day in the preliminary hearing? Defense attorney Craig Mitnick will be here to discuss. He joins us from Philadelphia.

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Can we expect more courtroom fireworks when Kobe Bryant's preliminary hearing resumes today? We’ll hear from former Denver prosecutor Karen Steinhauser, who will lay out what each side may have up its sleeve.

More progress is being made in the war on terror in Iraq. As of today, Saddam's face will no longer appear on the Iraqi dinar. Secretary of Commerce Don Evans will fill us in on the details.

Our next guest says that because diplomacy with the Syrian regime has failed, the president needs to impose sanctions against that country. The bill goes to the floor today and Florida representative Ileana Ros-Lehtinen will join us.

Kobe Bryant's defense team has come down hard on his accuser. What message is this sending to other victims of sexual assault? Kathy Redmond, founder of the National Coalition Against Violent Athletes (search) is a rape survivor, and will offer her insight into the matter.

And last but not least… we’ll have Golden Globe award-winning actress and Yale graduate Angela Bassett with us!

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