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President Bush says he's "deeply disappointed" that a proposed constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage failed to win approval in the Senate yesterday. What's next for opponents of same-sex unions? Could a new proposal in the House of Representatives win approval? Find out when Dr. James Dobson former president and CEO of Focus on the Family (search) joins the debate!

Then, former Democratic Presidential candidate Gary Hart say he predicted  the 9/11 terror attacks! He'll explain why when he joins us this evening. And, he'll also weigh in on the 2004 presidential race.

Plus, our week-long look at presumptive Democratic Vice Presidential nominee John Edwards (search) continues. Tonight, Sean and Alan talk with Chuck Fuller the man who managed the 1998 Senate re-election campaign for Senator Lauch Faircloth (search). Fuller's candidate was ultimately defeated by Edwards...

And later, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry spoke to the NAACP's convention in Philadelphia today. We'll tell you what he said and how it was received.

Also, we'll bring you the latest on the Scott Peterson double-murder trial when Westchester County, New York District Attorney Jeanine Pirro and defense attorney Debra Opri join us.

Finally, don't miss tonight's "Cheap Shot of the Day!"

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