Sunday, October 10 Edition

The chief U.S. arms inspector in Iraq has found no evidence of weapons of mass destruction production by Saddam Hussein's regime after 1991.

But the final report by Charles Duelfer (search) concluded that, although the weapons stockpiles were destroyed, Saddam’s government was looking to begin a WMD program again.

The Bush administration invaded Iraq in March 2003 on the grounds that its WMD programs posed a threat to American national security.

We'll get the White House's response to the report from National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice (search).

Plus, who got the upper hand in the second presidential debate? We'll ask Sen. John Edwards (search), Democratic vice presidential nominee.

And, we'll get powerful political punditry from our All-Star panel of FOX News contributors: Fred Barnes and Bill Kristol of The Weekly Standard, and Mara Liasson and Juan Williams of National Public Radio.