Is Russia a trusted partner in our War on Terror? And how has Pres. Bush managed the changing relationship with our former foe?
For answers, we'll turn to former Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbott, author of The Russia Hand.
Is the government doing all it can to prevent the next terror attack? We'll ask Robert David Steele, former clandestine case officer for the CIA.
Police ramp up security at Statue of Liberty and Brooklyn Bridge after officials report 'uncorroborated' terror threats from Gitmo detainees. But could this be a misdirection ploy on the part of the terrorists? Milton Copulos, homeland security expert, weighs in.
Did the media unfairly attack Pres. Bush for handling of pre-9/11 hijacking warnings? Richard Noyes, director of media analysis at the Media Research Center, weighs in.
Plus, summer is right around the corner… do you know your bathing suit body type? Lesley Jane Seymour, editor-in-chief of Marie Claire, has tips so that you can get the right suit for your body type.
And, the U.S. Navy's in town for New York City's Fleet Week 2002. We'll have a preview of what the sailors can expect.
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