Guests and Topics for July 9

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Friday, July 9

You'll get all the day's breaking news, plus:

We’ll talk to John Edwards’ friend Jerry Leonard about the vice presidential candidate’s early years.

Can a microchip help you find a lost dog? Stoddard Hannis, the doctor that invented the technology that reunited the DePew family with their Labrador who was missing for 15 months and found 1,2000 miles away, will join us.

What’s Hillary Clinton like behind closed doors? Christopher Andersen, author of the Hillary Clinton biography “American Evita” says the senator has a mouth that would make Howard Stern blush.

Can attacks like the Oklahoma City Bombing be prevented? Former Governor of Oklahoma Frank Keating and national security analyst Edward Turzanski will tell us what can be done.

Will the Democratic vote be split in 2004? Independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader will weigh in on the election.

What will al Qaeda do next? Intelligence Committee members Senators Dianne Feinstein (D-NJ) and Trent Lott (R-MS) will discuss the current terror threat.

Does al Qaeda already have nukes? Paul Williams, author of "Osama's Revenge, The Next 9/11: What The Media And The Government Haven't Told You" will share some surprising information.

What’s the hottest show on Broadway? Brad Oscar from “The Producers” will tell you.

How safe are we? Former Virginia Governor James S. Gilmore, III shares his expertise in terrorism and security.

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change.