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President Bush bypasses Congress and appoints John Bolton (search) to be the next U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. But is Bolton damaged goods? Brit Hume, FOX News' Washington, D.C. managing editor, weighs in.

Then, the London terror investigation now spans four continents and boasts 21 suspects in custody. We'll get the latest in the ongoing investigation from Jeff Addicott, director of the Center for Terrorism Law at St. Mary's University.

And, NASA (search) is finding problems all over, leading it to suspend future shuttle missions. But are the dents and dings they're finding new? Or were they there all along and we just never knew about them? We'll get insight from former astronaut Tom Jones.

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