Why is the United Nations warning the United States against invading Iraq? Fox News Military analyst General Paul Vallely joins the debate.
Are the Saudis our friends or foes? John O'Sullivan, editor in chief for United Press International, and Jonathan Schanzer, research associate at the Middle East Forum, face off.
Are authorities any closer to catching those responsible for last year's deadly anthrax attacks? Mark Miller, senior correspondent for Newsweek magazine, sheds light on the situation.
A federal judge orders the Justice Department to release names of more than 1,000 Sept. 11 detainees, saying the information is necessary to see is the government is "operating within the bounds of the law." How will this impact our war on terror? We'll ask Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano.
Acting legend Judd Hirsch fills us in on his latest project, I'm Not Rappaport.
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