A terror attack in Saudi Arabia kills and wounds more than 100 innocent people -- the victims: almost all Arabs. Today the Muslim world is reeling, but will they really do what it takes to snuff out Al Qaeda?

We’ll ask Amb. Wyche Fowler, former U.S. ambassador to Saudi Arabia.

Plus, one clue intelligence officials apparently acted on in warning us all about Saturday's attack, was chatter on the Internet. What else can the Web tell us? We’ll get insight from Stephen Schwartz, author of Two Faces of Islam.

There's new fallout in the case of the four starving New Jersey foster boys. We talk to Mike Byrd, the neighbor who broke this case wide open.

And, hear stunning information about what has happened to the boys since they were taken from their adoptive parents, from Rep. Wally Herger, R-Calif., chairman of subcommittee on Human Resources.

Plus, find out an armed drug raid has parents furious.

Foster Children Update:

If you would like to help the four New Jersey foster children please contact:

Care For its Children in Crisis
First Colonial National Bank
Attn:  Mr. Gerard Banmiller
1040 Haddon Ave.
Collingswood, NJ  08108

Mepham High School Hazing Case:

If you would like to contact the parents seeking policy changes in Mepham High School, please e-mail them at: Mepham Parents 4 Change mhsp4c@yahoo.com

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