'FOX News Live' Weekend Edition

The intelligence reform bill (search) passed the House and Senate with a big show of support by lawmakers, but is all the bill promises to do too good to be true? We'll ask Representatives Harold Ford (D-TN) and JD Hayworth (R-AZ).

Plus, President Bush has promised to send more troops to Iraq (search), but how many troops are really needed to secure the country by the January 30 election? We'll ask FNC military analyst Lt. Gen. Tom McInerney.

And we'll look at the effects of war on veterans — why do so many veterans face hardship when they return and what can be done to help them? We'll ask Stephani Hardy, executive director of U.S. Vets and Earnest Dotson, a former homeless veteran.

We'll also take a look at the changing gubernatorial landscape across the country as nine new governors take office in January. Alex Sundby of Stateline.org (search) joins "FOX News Live."

Plus, we'll have a review of this holiday season's latest movies with Russ Leatherman, also known as Mr. Moviefone (search).

And, are you still shopping for a perfect gift for those on your list? We'll talk to the author of "The Savvy Consumer," Elizabeth Leamy.

These stories and more all weekend long, only on "FOX News Live."

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NOTE: Guests and topics are subject to change