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Defending his decision to invade Iraq, President Bush said that although stockpiles of biological and chemical weapons have not been found, Saddam Hussein had the capacity to produce such arms and could have developed a nuclear weapon over time.

Did the president's frank TV interview make a convincing enough case to justify the war with Iraq? Or, was political back-pedaling at play? We'll ask Andrew Card (search), White House chief of staff.

Can President Bush trust that Pakistan is a partner in the war on terror? Former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto goes on the record.

As authorities release terrifying new surveillance tape of the kidnapping of 11-year old Carlie Brucia, why was her alleged killer on the streets in the first place? Geoffrey Fieger, criminal defense attorney; Jim Hammer, San Francisco assistant district attorney; Bernie Grimm, criminal defense attorney, and Ted Williams, criminal defense attorney, break it down.

Plus, what happened when one of our guests tried to visit Scott Peterson in jail?

And, it’s a bizarre case of false identity. How was a 33-year-old woman able to pass herself off as a 13-year-old boy? And why is she is now facing five felony charges as a result? We’ll ask Pastor Jim Jones.

Don't miss "On the Record" tonight at 10 p.m. ET!

--All topics and guests subject to change.

--The Associated Press contributed to this story.