Guests and Topics: May 14

Tonight..."The O'Reilly Factor" is on!

American contractor Nick Berg (search), who was beheaded by Al Qaeda terrorists in Iraq, was laid to rest today in Pennsylvania and remembered at an emotional memorial service.

Meanwhile, new details, and new questions, continue to emerge about Berg's time in Iraq and a strange link to Zacarias Moussaoui (search), the suspected Al Qaeda (search) member and the man frequently referred to as the "20th hijacker." We'll talk with "Time" magazine investigative reporter Elaine Shannon about what she's uncovered regarding Berg's life and death.

Then, the weddings are less than a week away. The state of Massachusetts is just about to start marrying gay couples. We'll talk with Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney (search) about the big change that's coming to the Bay State.

Also, why is Vatican Foreign Minister Archbishop Giovanni Lajolo (search) saying that the Abu Ghraib (search) prison abuse scandal is a "more serious blow to the United States than Sept. 11, except that blow was not inflicted by terrorists but by Americans against themselves"? The fallout over his comments continues to be huge! We'll talk with New York Republican Rep. Vito Fossella about the comments. Fossella is also a practicing Catholic.

And later, it’s the shocking film the fast food industry doesn’t want you to see! Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock (search), director of the new documentary “Super Size Me,” speaks out about his the month-long burger binge and the effect it had on his health.

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--All topics and guests subject to change.

--The Associated Press contributed to this story.