Thursday, Oct. 23: Paying Tribute

U.S. and Iraqi officials plead for billions to rebuild Iraq at a donors' conference in Iraq.

Will they get what we’re asking for Reps. Jim Saxton, R-N.J., chairman of the House Armed Services Subcommittee on Terrorism, and Joseph Hoeffel, D-Pa., member of the House International Relations Committee.

Al Qaeda is alive and well in Indonesia and we're going to take a look at where it begins -- in school – with Stephen Schwartz author of Two Faces of Islam.

Sniper suspect John Muhammad stunned courtroom observers by representing himself, however briefly. Was it simply a brilliant ploy to manipulate the jury? We’ll ask Thomas Shuttleworth, criminal defense attorney, and David Albo, former prosecutor.

Twenty years ago, a truck full of explosives tore open America's embassy and Marine barracks in Beirut, killing 241 Marine, Navy and Army servicemen. Now, twenty years later, we’ll remember the dead and examine the lessons learned with retired U.S. Marine Corps. Lt. Col. Bill Cowan (search).

And, throwing the book at sex offenders -- is there a double standard when the accused is a woman?

Plus, a Little League dad is indicted for allegedly punching an umpire. Will a brand-new law make parents do jail time for blowing up at their kids' sports games? We’ll be joined by Nick Antuofermo, a Little League coach who was indicted under this new law, and Kenneth Keller, deputy first assistant prosecutor for Monmouth County, NJ.

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