Published January 13, 2015
Veteran newscaster John Gibson gets to the core of the most salient issues facing America today as host of FNC's hard-hitting primetime show The Big Story with John Gibson, airing Monday through Friday at 5 p.m. ET, with expert legal analysis from Judge Andrew Napolitano and in-depth field reports from correspondent Heather Nauert.
Here's a review of what was on the rundown for Wednesday, July 17:
Not one single person or one specific event could have stopped the Sept. 11 attacks. That's what the House Subcommittee on Terrorism and Homeland Security says. So who's to blame?
• Rep. Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga.
• Rep. Jane Harman, D-Calif.
The Washington Times reports that Britain and the United States have started sending spies into Iraq ahead of a possible U.S. invasion.
• Gregory Copley of the International Strategic Studies Association
A new poll by The Washington Post says President Bush seems to be holding his own, with a strong approval rating at 72 percent, but just under half — 49 percent — are on board with his performance on financial fraud.
• Earl Black, Rice University professor
Spanish police are hot on the trial of Al Qaeda's terror network. New evidence has led investigators to believe that a local cell may have played a key role in the Sept. 11 attacks.
• Evan Kohlmann, senior researcher/analyst at the Investigative Project
A federal judge, citing national security, puts a temporary hold on all lawsuits filed by the families of Sept. 11 victims.
• Judge Andrew Napolitano, FNC Senior Judicial Analyst
San Francisco's elections supervisor was reportedly fired because elections weren't running smoothly. She charges she was fired because of sex — or rather, a sex change.
• Phil Matier, reporter for The San Francisco Chronicle
Don't miss The Big Story with John Gibson ... weekdays at 5 p.m. ET.
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