Topics and Guests: December 18

Tonight... get on the record with Greta!

We'll bring you a first look at new photos of Saddam Hussein. Plus, we'll examine the progress in the former Iraqi dictator's interrogation. Could he be playing games with us? We'll ask the host of FNC's War Stories, former Marine Lt. Col. Oliver North.

Then, pop superstar Michael Jackson faces the music today. He'll be formally charged with child molestation in Santa Barbara County, California. Should he be allowed to leave the country with his own children? We'll have the latest developments for you and our legal eagles will share their insight into the case.

Also, should John Hinckley, Jr. (search) the man who tried to kill President Ronald Reagan (search) be free to visit his parents? A judge ruled yesterday that Hinckley should be allowed to have time-limited but unsupervised visits with his mother and father. We'll get reaction to the judge's decision when we talk with radio talk show host and the president's son, Michael Reagan (search).

And later, we've caught Saddam. Are we any closer to nabbing Usama bin Laden (search)? Find out in our exclusive interview when Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage (search) goes on the record with Greta.

All these stories and much, much more!

Watch On the Record tonight at 10 p.m. ET!

--All topics and guests subject to change

--The Associated Press contributed to this story.