Families torn apart, homes carried out to sea, entire towns wiped out. The devastation in Southeast Asia is hard to comprehend and it isn't over as FOX News' Adam Housley reports live from Phuket (search), Thailand.
Why did President Bush wait three days to address the disaster publicly? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Democratic pollster Paul Maslin and former Oklahoma Governor Frank Keating.
Plus, could a tsunami hit the United States and are we ready? We'll ask Dr. Henry Renteria with the California Governor's Office for Emergency Services.
It's not easy to build a school, when you're worried about getting blown up. But U.S. troops working with Iraqis are doing their best to rebuild the country as FOX News' Heather Nauert reports.
The State Department says that Syria (search) is supporting terrorism in Iraq, by giving safe haven to members of Saddam's regime. Syrian leaders deny it, claiming that the White House is just looking for a scapegoat. Is Syria part of the problem in Iraq? That's the big question for Eli Lake, national security reporter for The New York Sun.
Plus, nearly two months after Election Day, some of John Kerry's (search) die-hard supporters have yet to give up their fight. But why fight on even after Kerry has conceded? That's the big question for Sheila Parks, member of the Coalition Against Election Fraud.
All of that... and more on "The Big Story With John Gibson" at 5 p.m. ET.
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Veteran newscaster John Gibson gets to the core of the most salient issues facing America today as host of FNC's hard-hitting primetime show "The Big Story with John Gibson."