Topics and Guests for November 3

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Impeachment! It happened to President Bill Clinton, could it happen to President George W. Bush, too? Are Democrats girding for a battle royal in the wake of the Libby indictment/CIA leak probe? We'll ask The Weekly Standard Editor Bill Kristol and syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer.

Vioxx Victory: Pharma giant Merck wins big in New Jersey as a jury rules that painkiller Vioxx did not cause the heart attack of a 60-year-old former postal worker. We'll tell you why your family may have also won big with today's verdict.

Paris Burning: We'll have the latest on the riots that continue to rock Paris. Could travelers shy away from the City of Light this holiday season if the unrest there is not brought to a halt?

Cabin Fever: We'll tell you why the owner of a small cabin is being hit hard with big taxes... Is the owner literally paying for the view?

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