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According to a U.S. official, Zambia has detained Haroon Rashid Aswat (search), suspected of involvement in the July 7 deadly London bombings. Earlier, anti-terrorist officers arrested nine men in connection with the botched July 21 attacks on London's transit system. Twenty people are now in police custody, including one of the alleged bombers. With three of the suspected 7/21 attackers still at large, will they strike again? Team FOX is live in London with the latest.

Then, we'll be joined by:

John Carnt, former Scotland Yard detective superintendent
Bill Gavin, former assistant director of the FBI in New York
Peter Power, managing director of Visor Consultants

And, the attacks in London and attacks in Afghanistan have led investigators to Pakistan (search). Is Pakistan providing a lifeline to the Taliban? We'll ask terrorism analyst Daveed Gartenstein-Ross.

If John Roberts (search) is confirmed, he'll be the fourth Roman Catholic on the Supreme Court. Could faith influence laws on the high court? Former Gov. Frank Keating, R-Okla., a Catholic, weighs in.

Plus, from the 9/11 attacks to the more recent cases of terror in London and Egypt, many people wonder why Islamic extremists target Westerners. Experts say they hate the West. But do they hate us for who we are or what we do? We'll get insight from Michael Rubin, former CPA adviser and resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, and P.J. Crowley, former special assistant to President Clinton and director of National Defense and Homeland Security at the Center for American Progress.

Real journalism: fair and balanced. That's why we're No. 1 — FOX News Channel.

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