Just how close are India and Pakistan to a nuclear war?

We'll ask Dana Robert Dillon, Asia analyst at the Heritage Foundation.

Is Congress to blame for the failure of our intelligence community to communicate with each other prior to September 11? We'll be joined by former Sen. Bob Kerrey, president of the New School University and author of When I was a Young Man, a Memoir.

Will the shake up at the FBI help the intelligence community fight the war on terror more effectively? We'll ask former CIA Director James Woolsey.

You'll hear from Simon Reeve, author of The New Jackals.

Plus, Chandra Levy's death was pronounced a homicide. But exactly how she died remains a mystery.

Will we ever learn the details of the intern's death? We'll ask Dr. Larry Kobilinsky, professor of forensic science at John Jay College.

And, if we don't know how she was murdered, why is Chandra's death being called a homicide? FOX News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs in.

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