Topics and Guests: December 26

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Friday, December 26:

We are learning more chilling details about the terror threat which led to the cancellation of several Air France (search) flights on December 24 and 25. 

The carrier resumed service between Paris and Los Angeles on Friday after grounding six flights over the Christmas holidays, an action taken because of a terror threat that may have involved crashing an airplane in the city of Las Vegas.

In the Friday edition of The Washington Post the paper reports that one of the six cancelled flights was going to be hijacked and crash-landed into the city of Las Vegas or another metropolis along the flight path.

Quoting unnamed intelligence officials the paper is reporting that the only big city along its normal Paris-Los Angeles route is Las Vegas (search). One official described the popular gambling and entertainment destination as "a nice, attractive target."

Could Las Vegas be a terror target? What are some of the other possible terror targets? We'll have the latest.

Plus, we'll analyze the threat from Al Qaeda and our progress in the War on Terror with former CIA Director James Woolsey.

Then, the President Gen. Pervez Musharraf (search) of Pakistan has survived two assassinations attempts in as many weeks. On Thursday, two homicide bombs exploded as the leader's motorcade passed in Rawalpindi. Musharraf's car was damaged though he was unhurt, and at least 14 bystanders were killed. Could these two assassination attempts be the work of Al Qaeda members in Pakistan? We'll have new details when FOX News Foreign Affairs Analyst Mansoor Ijaz joins us.

And later, the new year is less than a week away. We'll get analysis of the election year ahead when four time presidential advisor David Gergen and Weekly Standard Editor Bill Kristol go on the record.

All these stories and much, much more!

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--The Associated Press contributed to this story.