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Tonight on "Hannity & Colmes" ...
• Studying the roots of terror -- Can dark lessons of yesterday help build a bright and terror free tomorrow? Answers from former Secretary of State Alexander Haig.
Also, Condoleezza Rice (search) to testify publicly before the 9/11 commission -- What hard questions might she be forced to answer? Rep. Adam Schiff , D-Calif., weighs in.
• Some said the Berlin Wall (search) would never come down — What lessons can we learn from the Cold War that can help combat terror? William F. Buckley Jr. discusses his book, "The Fall of the Berlin Wall."
• President Bush's (search) new campaign ad may be a pain in the gas for presumptive Democratic nominee John Kerry (search) — But is it accurate? Terry Holt, press secretary for Bush's re-election campaign, and Chad Clanton, Kerry campaign adviser, jump into the debate.
• Radio jock Raqiyah Mays got the boot from a Clear Channel (search) station for comments on interracial dating — She explained to her listeners why she did not like to see white women dating African-American men. We'll have the details. Did she cross the line? Or, is she a victim of the broadcast indecency debate firestorm?
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