Here's what is on tap for Wednesday:
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Iraq's national assembly meets Wednesday for the first time since parliamentary elections in January. What does this mean for the future of country? We'll ask Fred Gedrich, former U.S. State and Defense Department official.
Plus, as Scott Peterson (search) receives his formal sentence, will Laci's family finally get some closure? Dr. Georgia Witkin, FOX News analyst and best-selling author, weighs in.
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The Transitional National Assembly of Iraq opens its first session today, despite the fact that the deal to form the coalition government hasn't been finalized. Is this a blueprint for disaster? We'll ask Sen. Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga.
Plus, what lies ahead for the future for Iraq? Dan Senor, former spokesman for the Coalition Provisional Authority and a FOX News contributor, offers insight.
The hotly anticipated hearings on steroids and baseball hit Capitol Hill on Thursday. Do lawmakers expect major league players and top officials to come clean? Rep. Chris Shays, R-Conn., vice chairman of the House Government Reform Committee, weighs in.
Should Scott Peterson's conviction be thrown out? Court TV anchor Catherine Crier joins the debate.
Plus, we'll examine the phenomenon that is Rick Warren's "A Purpose Driven Life" (search) with Scott Bolinder, executive vice president of Zondervan -- the Christian communications company that publishes the book.
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