Tonight..."The O'Reilly Factor" is on!
Will the press in this country move even more to the left now that the "Washington Post's" Bob Woodward's book has laid bare some of the Bush administration's plans for going to war in Iraq? We'll hear from journalists on both sides when Rich Lowry (search), Fox News contributor and Editor of "The National Review" and nationally syndicated columnist Clarence Page (search) from the "Chicago Tribune" join us.
Plus, just exactly how could the United States military defeat the terrorists undermining democracy in Iraq? Two top military analysts will share their expertise.
Then, an educator at the University of California at Berkeley is accused of allegedly calling for an "intifada" against the United States. We'll talk with him.
And later, "Time" magazine has named it's "Time 100" (search) ... It's the magazine's list of "the world's most influential people." We'll tell you who's on it and who should be on it.
Finally, in the "Back of the Book" segment... From "Saturday Night Live" to "Late Night with David Letterman," singer Janet Jackson (search) has been desperately trying to recover her image since her controversial breast-baring incident at this year's Super Bowl. But with sinking record sales for her newly released CD is she having a "career malfunction?"
These stories and more, including a brand new edition of our world famous "Talking Points Memo" and "The Most Ridiculous Item of the Day."
See you in the No Spin Zone, tonight at 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET!
--All topics and guests subject to change.
--The Associated Press contributed to this story.