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Friday, Feb. 4:

Tonight ... "The O'Reilly Factor" is on...

The University of Colorado will begin deliberating Professor Ward Churchill's fate. Interim Chancellor Phil DiStefano has ordered a 30-day review of Ward Churchill's (search) speeches and writings that will determine if the professor overstepped his boundaries of academic freedom and whether that should be grounds for dismissal.

The Board of Regents issued an apology on Thursday for Churchill's remarks at a meeting and voted to support the university's review of Churchill.

Will Churchill soon be out of job? We'll have the latest for you this evening...

Also, Yale University has successfully won its lawsuit against the Bush administration. It will ban the military from recruiting on campus. We'll have an update for you.

Plus, an update on the newly released oil-for-food report. What will happen at the U.N. now? We'll have the No Spin answers.

And later, why is a "Support Our Troops" sign getting one Oregon man in a lot of trouble?

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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