Topics and Guests: January 19

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From the pomp and circumstance to the ceremonies and celebrations, Greta continues her behind the scenes look at the preparations for President Bush's inauguration.

Tonight, FOX News' Brian Wilson previews the Commander-in-Chief Ball. Plus, Greta continues her tour of the Capitol with Sen. Trent Lott, R-Miss.

And, we'll examine inauguration security with the Washington Times' Bill Gertz.

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Tuesday, January 26

It's an "On the Record" you won't want to miss this show as Cindy Margolis (search) bares all about her heartbreaking personal ordeal.

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