Friday, Jan. 9: Safe at Home?

On today's edition of DaySide with Linda Vester:

Troop Movements: The Pentagon (search) begins a massive shift in U.S. troops to some of the hottest spots in the war on terror. But is there a danger that we are spreading ourselves too thin? We’ll ask retired U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Don Edwards, FNC military analyst.

Manhunt Ends: The manhunt for a murder suspect ends with gunfire. But thankfully, three young girls he kidnapped are okay. We’ll get reaction from Michael Garigan, chief of detectives for the Gordon County Sheriff's Department.

Change Is Good? A judge gives Scott Peterson his change of venue, but with lots of rules about where his murder trial can now take place. We'll get analysis from Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano and Michael Cardoza, San Francisco criminal defense attorney.

Good Job: We made it through the high alert without any attacks on U.S. soil. But is that because of a weakened Al Qaeda, or better homeland security? We’ll ask Andy McCarthy, senior anti-terrorism consultant for The Investigative Project.

Caucus Controversy: Democratic presidential hopeful Howard Dean finds himself in a sticky situation. With just days to go before the Iowa Caucus, could something he said years ago come back to haunt him? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from Susan Turnbull, deputy chair of Democratic National Committee, and Jim Dyke, communications director for the Republican National Committee.

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