Tuesday, Dec. 30: Just Say No

On Monday's edition of DaySide with Linda Vester:

Armed Airlines: As we learn more about Al Qaeda's plans, the Bush administration is making some international flights put armed sky marshals on board when they fly over the U.S. Will this move deter future terrorist attacks? Matthew Levitt, senior fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, and Charles Slepian, aviation security expert for the Foreseeable Risk Analysis Center, weighs in.

Night Raid: As U.S. troops continue to round up more people believed to be responsible for terror attacks in Iraq, we’ll ask retired U.S. Army Col. David Hunt, FNC military analyst, when these attacks will end.

Dean Machine: Would Democratic presidential Howard Dean melt in a minute if he runs against President Bush? That's what Joe Lieberman's saying. Is there any truth to that? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from Elaine Kamarck, former senior adviser to Al Gore, and Cheri Jacobus, Republican strategist.

Who’s Bad?: The fallout over Michael Jackson’s 60 Minutes interview continues. Did the venerable journalistic institution pay the gloved one for the interview?

Banned: The federal government bans the use of a popular herbal weight loss supplement (search). What does that mean for you and your New Year's resolution?

Early Release: Is your state about to let criminals out of prison early, to try and balance the budget? DaySide investigates.

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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