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After five months in prison, Martha Stewart's first day back at work is Monday. How will her colleagues receive her? Barbara Lippert from Adweek Magazine discusses Martha's big return.

It's still early in President Bush's 60-day 60-stop tour to sell his Social Security (search) plan. What does he need to do to gain acceptance from both Republicans and Democrats? Hear a fair and balanced debate from Republican strategist, Genevieve Wood, and Roy Neel, former Howard Dean campaign CEO.

Plus, former President George H. W. Bush tells "Newsweek" that son Jeb probably won't run for president in 2008, but he thinks Sen. Hillary Clinton probably will. Who can Republicans expect to run in 2008? Larry Sabato from the University of Virginia responds.

A freed Italian hostage claims that U.S. troops fired on her car because of speculation that a ransom was paid for her release. The White House is calling her statements "absurd." But was this a cash-for-freedom deal with terrorists? Retired U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Nick Halley joins the debate.

Mounting public outcries for Syria to remove its troops from Lebanon could be pushing things in the right direction. Will international pressure help get Syria out of Lebanon in time for the May elections? FOX News' Heather Nauert has more.

Is sending suspected terrorists to foreign countries for interrogation legal? Judge Andrew Napolitano, FOX News' senior judicial analyst, gives us the lowdown.

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