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After getting trounced in the 2004 presidential elections, will Democrats concede the South? Hear the two-sided debate from political strategists, Michael Brown and Brad Blakeman.

A judge and lawyer on Iraq's war crimes tribunal were murdered Tuesday. Were they murdered because of their position on the court or because they were minority Kurds (search)? We'll ask James Carafano of the Heritage Foundation.

The ACLU (search) and Human Rights First (search) file a lawsuit on behalf of eight men who claim they were abused by U.S. forces in Iraq and Afghanistan. Should Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld be forced to compensate the alleged victims? Judge Andrew Napolitano, FOX News' judicial analyst, weighs in.

President Bush (search) needs approval from both Republicans and Democrats. Why exactly is he having such a hard time selling his Social Security plan? Marc Racicot, former chairmen on the Bush campaign, and Michael Meehan, former Kerry senior adviser, present a fair and balanced debate.

The Supreme Court hears arguments today over the display of the Ten Commandments (search) on public property. Is this simply a separation of church and state? Tony Blankley, editorial editor for The Washington Times, breaks down this complicated issue.

TV, radio and print ads continue to remind people about the reward for Usama bin Laden (search) and other terrorists. But will the campaign generate any new leads? Joe Morton, director for the Diplomatic Security Service, responds.

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About the Show

Veteran newscaster John Gibson gets to the core of the most salient issues facing America today as host of FNC's hard-hitting primetime show "The Big Story with John Gibson."

Airing Monday through Friday at 5 p.m. ET, "The Big Story" gives you expert legal analysis from Judge Andrew Napolitano and in-depth interviews and reports from correspondent Heather Nauert.

"The Big Story with John Gibson" is one of the reasons that FOX News Channel is the most watched news network in daytime.

Note: All guests and topics subject to change