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British authorities nab the four botched bombers suspects after only 10 days. We'll get reaction from Mike Brooks, former member of the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force.
Are the quick arrests being made in London (search) a sign that we are winning the War on Terror? Stephen Schwartz, terrorism analyst and author of "Two Faces of Islam."
Has international terrorism taken a toll on the stock market? We'll get a read from Scott Bleier, FOX Business News analyst.
How active was the British Muslim community in the arrests of the London bombers? We'll be joined by Mansoor Ijaz, FOX News foreign affairs analyst.
Have investigators cracked the terror ring? Steve Purl, former Scotland Yard special operations team leader and author of "The Good Guys Wear Black."
U.S. Muslim scholars have issued a fatwa calling on Muslims to help authorities in the fight against terror. We'll break down what that means with Arsalan Iftikhar, legal director for the Council on American Islamic Relations.
How is parliament responding to the recent wave of attacks and the investigation by British authorities? We'll ask the Right Honorable Lord John Taylor of Warwick.
Plus, NASA scientists don't believe the space shuttle was damaged by falling foam, during launch. But the Discovery crew may still be in danger. Don Nelson, former NASA engineer, explains why.
We'll be joined by:
• Dermot Mulroney, actor
• Dr. Georgia Witkin, FOX News contributor
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