Here’s what is on tap for Monday:

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The Supreme Court (search) starts a new term with a new chief justice, a docket full of controversial cases and an associate justice ready to retire. We'll get a preview from Seth Stern of Congressional Quarterly.

Plus, Malcolm Nance, director of Special Readiness Services International and author of "Terrorists of Iraq," explains why operations like Iron Fist (search) may appear to have minimal results, but are critical to U.S. intelligence.

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Karen Hughes (search), undersecretary state and adviser to President Bush, returns from her listening tour in the Middle East. Will her efforts help ease tensions between Arabs and Americans? We'll ask Ambassador Akbar Ahmed, professor of international relations at American University and co-editor of After Terror.

The Supreme Court starts its term with a new chief justice and an open spot on the bench. How will this play out in the days ahead? FOX News Supreme Court analyst, Tim O'Brien, joins the debate.

Opponents of Tom Delay are stepping up their attacks. Is Delay paying the price for how aggressively he fought against the Democrats? We'll ask Time magazine White House correspondent, Mike Allen.

Plus, she found herself face to face with a man wanted for multiple murders and was held hostage, but somehow made a nightmare scenario turned into a remarkable finish. Now Ashley Smith (search), author of "Unlikely Angel," joins us.

Then, is a high-tech border fence the answer to the immigration issues in the United States? We'll ask Colin Hanna, president of Let Freedom Ring Inc.

And, the real deal, Neil Cavuto, drops by to talk about his new book.

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