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

We'll have the latest on the aftermath of Hurricane Rita (search) as residents who fled coastal towns in Texas and Louisiana in preparation for the storm began to return to their homes today.

Plus, what will the combined effect of Hurricanes Rita and Katrina have on the price of oil and gas? Are refineries the real villian in this whole mess? Wait till you hear what Bill wants to do...

Then, anti-war protests in Washington, D.C. this weekend... As many as 100,000 people showed up on Saturday to protest the war in Iraq. But is a strategy to withdraw troops from Iraq at this point realistic? We'll debate it...

Also, the latest on The New York Times vs. Geraldo saga. Why is the paper's own public editor lashing out at Executive Editor Bill Keller (search) over a report Rivera filed during Hurricane Katrina? Wait till you hear the latest!...

These stories and much more including a brand-new edition of Bill's world famous "Talking Points Memo" and "The Most Ridiculous Item of the Day!" Don't miss "The Factor"!

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Pushing beyond just the headlines, "The O'Reilly Factor" also features issues from local markets that do not find the national spotlight on other newscasts. According to O'Reilly, "Just because a story originates from somewhere the networks typically avoid, doesn't mean it contains less challenging issues, or compelling ideas."

See you in the No Spin Zone, tonight at 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET!

— All topics and guests subject to change.

—The Associated Press contributed to this report.