Tonight... get on the record with Greta from Chicago!
Were the people of Spain influenced by the March 11 terror attacks in Madrid when then went to the polls yesterday? Does this mean that future Al Qaeda (search) terror attacks can now influence foreign policy? We'll ask FNC Contributor and Washington Times' National Security Correspondent Bill Gertz.
Plus, what should the United States do next now that Spain's new leader has said he will withdraw Spain's troops from Iraq by June 30? We'll ask four-time presidential adviser David Gergen to go on the record.
Also, in the aftermath of the largest mass killing ever in Fresno, California (search), did Marcus Wesson (search), the man accused of killing nine people, have help from one of his daughters in the crimes? We'll have the latest on the investigation.
Then, homemaking and publishing icon Martha Stewart (search) has resigned from the Board of her company, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia (search). She will assume the new title of "founding creative director." What does this mean for Stewart and her company's future?
These stories and much more!
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--The Associated Press contributed to this story.