Topics and Guests for Feb. 28

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Syria hands over Saddam Hussein's half-brother. Are we one step closer in bringing peace and security to Iraq? Rands Beers, former special assistant and senior director for combating terrorism, elaborates.

Bill Clinton says Hillary would make a great president. But how does the rest of the nation feel? Hear a fair and balanced debate from political strategists, Peter Fenn and Kellyanne Conway.

And, as day one of the opening statements in the Michael Jackson trial rap up, Judge Andrew Napolitano, FOX News senior judicial analyst, weighs in.

With the release of the State Department's Annual Report on Human Rights Abuses, many familiar countries popped up on the list — Iran, Syria, North Korea. However, the report also found some positive developments in countries such as Iraq and Afghanistan. FOX News' Heather Nauert has more.

Police say they're confident they've got the BTK killer in custody. Why did it take so long to make an arrest? Dirk Gibson, author of "Clues From Killers," talks about this eerie topic.

Plus, why are some GOP members of Congress reluctant to support Pres. Bush on Social Security Reform? Chris Cillizza, staff writer for Roll Call, discusses.

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