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Thursday, Feb. 3:
Tonight ... "The O'Reilly Factor" is on...
A federal judge ordered the CIA to comply with the Freedom of Information Act on Wednesday and provide records concerning the treatment of prisoners in Iraq.
"Congress has set the laws, and it is the duty of executive agencies to comply with them," U.S. District Judge Alvin Hellerstein wrote.
It was the second time in six months that the judge suggested the government was impeding the American Civil Liberties Union's quest to monitor government actions in the war on terrorism.
Is the civil liberties group doing the right thing or the wrong thing? Are their actions patriotic or will they ultimately harm our country?
We'll hear from both sides when civil rights attorney and former ACLU Executive Director Norm Siegel and Shannon Goessling of the Southeastern Legal Foundation join us.
Then, an update on the meeting by the University of Colorado Board of Regents and the controversy surrounding the Professor Ward Churchill. Will the Churchill lose his tenured position? We'll go live to Denver tonight for the latest.
Also, the controversy continues over military recruiters on college campuses. Will Congress engage in a showdown over the issue after a court ruling that allows some colleges to limit recruiting?
And later, FOX News contributor and former Clinton adviser Dick Morris will give us his review of the president's State of the Union address last night and his thoughts on Howard Dean's possible new job as head of the Democratic National Committee.
These stories and much more including a brand new edition of the world-famous "Talking Points Memo" and "The Most Ridiculous Item of the Day"!
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