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Ahead of Schedule: In a huge surprise, the transfer of sovereignty to the Iraqi people comes two days ahead of schedule! We’ll get reaction from Entifadh Qanbar, who served as a spokesman for a member of the Iraqi National Congress, and Salem Chalabi, general director of the new Iraqi Special Tribunal.

Plus, as America surprises the world by transferring power in Iraq two days early, NATO mends fences by agreeing to help in Iraq.

And, while history is being made Monday in Iraq, there are strong signs that the new government may have to impose martial law. Feisal Istrabadi, legal adviser to Iraqi Governing Council's Adnan Pachachi, weighs in.

Marine Held: Iraqi terrorists hold a U.S. Marine hostage and threatening to behead him. We'll go live to his family’s home in Utah.

Plus, is it time to take the next step in the War on Terror? We’ll ask Stephen Schwartz, author of “Two Faces of Islam.”

Supreme Decisions: Some big decisions have just been handed down by the Supreme Court on how the government can imprison suspected terrorists. FOX News political analysts Rich Lowry and Ellis Henican explain why it’s both good and bad news for the White House.

Al Qaeda's Ambitions: The Feds have been warning us that Al Qaeda wants to strike us again. But Paul Williams, author of “Osama’s Revenge,” believes that the next strike may worse than the attacks of Sept. 11.

Those stories and the latest editions of Only on Fox and Stupid Criminals on today's edition of "DaySide with Linda Vester."

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