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Tonight on "Hannity & Colmes" ...

• CIA Director George Tenet (search) resigns from his post for 'personal reasons' -- Is there more to the story?

Will Tenet's step down step up partisan bickering on the hill? How will this affect the structure of the intelligence community?

We'll get answers and insight from Judiciary Committee Chairman Sen. Orrin Hatch , R-Utah.

• He foots the bill for a major liberal political push, but should billionaire philanthropist and financier George Soros (search) also put that same foot in his mouth? Soros likens Iraqi prisoner abuse at Abu Ghraib to the terrible terrorist attacks of Sept. 11 -- Freedom of speech? Or, out of line?

Tony Blankley of the Washington Times and Democratic strategist Richard Aborn join the debate.

• We'll have the latest from the Peterson double homicide trial. And we'll get expert legal analysis and assessment from criminal defense attorney Mercedes Colwin and prosecutor Anne Bremner.

• Former President Bill Clinton's memoir set to hit bookstands in late June — Will it really be a tell all? We'll get answers from former Clinton spokesperson Ann Lewis.

• One police officer is out of a job after being fired for brutality, but is the reason really just a simple black and white issue? William Rettko, attorney for Robert Henry, explains the situation.

• What else would you expect political candidates to do with all that dirt on an election trail? It is bound to get muddy -- So leave it to us to call out the worst of the worst. Don't miss our political Cheap Shot of the Day!

All these stories and much more!

Don't miss "Hannity & Colmes" LIVE this evening at 9 p.m. ET!