Topics and Guests for January 13

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President Bush's ambitious second term (search) agenda is pushing for Social Security (search) and immigration reform to the forefront. How is that going over with the Republican Party? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Tucker Eskew, former deputy assistant to President Bush, and Joe Andrew, former chairman of the Democratic National Committee.

The White House admits the Iraqi elections won't be perfect — some people will be scared away by the threat of violence. We'll get a read on the Iraqi elections — perfect, or not — from Lorne Craner, president of the International Republican Institute.

How will the Iraqi government try to keep the election safe? That's the big question Heather Nauert will ask Amb. Samir Sumaidaie, the Iraqi ambassador to the United Nations.

It's all about the ABCs for Michael Jackson (search). The alphabet network is reporting details of Jackson's alleged abuse — based on his accuser's grand jury testimony, which was supposed to be secret. How will the leak impact the case? We'll get the legal lowdown from FOX News senior judicial analyst, Judge Andrew Napolitano.

And, Prince Harry (search) — the wild child of the Britain's royals — finds himself into a royal mess, after her dressed as a Nazi — complete with a swastika — at a costume party. The stunt is causing outrage and pain around the world. What was Prince Harry thinking? That's the big question for Richard Mineards, correspondent for The London Daily Express.

Real journalism: fair and balanced. That's why we're No. 1 — FOX News Channel.

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