Friday, Oct. 31: Inside the Peterson Household

Saddam Hussein's home village is in lockdown. Does it mean there's a certain bad guy U.S. soldiers are trying to nab? We’ll ask retired U.S. Army Col. David Hunt, FNC military analyst.

Plus, is Congress close to authorizing the president’s $87 billion request for rebuilding Iraq? We’ll ask Sens. Jon Corzine, D-N.J., and James Inhofe, R-Okla.

And, a U.S. Army colonel in Iraq prevents a sabotage attack and saves lives. So why is he being court-martialed for his actions? DaySide investigates.

Can the town of Big Bear Lake survive the California wildfires? It's another nervous day in the Golden State and we're there live.

Both suspects in the D.C. sniper case are in court, but will prosecutors be able to prove who pulled the trigger? We’ll ask Steven Benjamin, criminal defense attorney, and David Hicks, Richmond Virginia Commonwealth attorney.

And, what was Scott and Laci's marriage really like? We’ll examine why the Peterson (search) housekeeper’s testimony is so important with Rod Pacheco, chief deputy district attorney for Riverside County, California, and Anthony Lowenstein, criminal defense attorney.

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