Tune in to FOX News Channel this Saturday and Sunday at 9 p.m. ET as award-winning and veteran journalist Geraldo Rivera brings you two special broadcasts this weekend!

October 1

Tonight, California is burning! We’re live on the west coast bringing you the very latest on the fierce wildfires that are forcing evacuations and threatening celebrity homes.

And, a Texas grand jury indicts Tom DeLay (search) as mob ties surface in Florida. With his leadership in question and his power stripped, will DeLay’s political career ever bounce back? Controversial author Ann Coulter debates it.

Also, Joran van der Sloot (search) speaks publicly for the first time. We’ll talk to “A Current Affair"(search) producer Jerry Wagschal, who interviewed the main Holloway suspect, and get reaction from Natalee’s mom, Beth Holloway Twitty.

Then, nearly four days after Hurricane Rita (search) hit, many of the storm's sweltering victims were still waiting for electricity, gasoline, water and other relief. What’s taking so long? Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) and Ann Coulter offer answers.

October 2

Tonight, are firefighters any closer to containing SoCal’s raging wildfires? We’re live and on the scene!

Then, Iraq's (search) first female suicide bomber struck this week, killing six and wounding 30! When will the carnage stop? Gen. Wesley Clark joins Geraldo with a war on terror update.

And, Geraldo investigates the mysterious disappearance of missing Virginia Commonwealth University co-ed Taylor Behl (search). Are cops any closer to finding the teen? Tonight, Taylor’s distraught father, Matt, talks candidly to Geraldo about his beloved daughter.

Also, should serial killers like Dennis Rader, (search) John Wayne Gacy (search) and Joseph Duncan (search) profit from sales of their personal items? We’ll ask former LAPD detective Mark Fuhrman.

And, Geraldo goes one-on-one with Anna Nicole Smith's (search) attorney, Kent Richland, about the buxom beauty’s Supreme Court (search) case!

Those stories and much more!

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