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The U.N. Security Council (search) agrees on the Iraq resolution. But some members are still unhappy. We’ll get the long and short of it from two of our FNC contributors, Talk Radio News bureau chief Ellen Ratner and Newsday columnist Jim Pinkerton.
Box-cutters and mysterious notes are found on two Southwest airplanes and now the Feds have ordered searches of every commercial plane in the country. Was this a wake-up call for the Transportation Security Administration (search)? Charles Slepian is the CEO of the Foreseeable Risk Analysis Center, and will discuss the matter with us.
The White House is getting a huge boost of support from the U.N. Security Council on its latest resolution. An important step for sure… but what role will the rest of the world play in the rebuilding of Iraq? We’ll ask FNC military analyst and retired Army Col. David Hunt.
The Kobe Bryant case is anything but a slam-dunk. Will the judge find enough probable cause to send it to trial? Sanford Rubenstein is a senior partner at the law firm, Rubenstein and Rynecki, and will fill us in.
Also, joining us to tell us the recipe for a super party are the women of The Cooking Club Party Cookbook. Cynthia Harris is their spokesperson.
Is the unanimously approved U.N. resolution on Iraq just a symbolic gesture or will more nations really contribute cash and troops to the rebuilding effort? Nile Gardiner, a Heritage Foundation fellow, will weigh in.
The U.S. House of Representatives has approved an 87 billion dollar emergency spending bill for Iraq. New Jersey Congressman Jim Saxton, who has just returned from Baghdad, will go into detail about the resolution.
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