Topics and Guests: Nov. 10

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Al Qaeda in Iraq claimed responsibility for three homicide bomb attacks on Western hotels in the Jordanian capital that killed at least 56 people and injured 96 others. How is the Jordanian government responding to the Amman attacks? We'll have a live report from correspondent Mike Tobin.

• After terrorists strike in Amman, Jordan, does this mean that Al Qaeda is planning more attack on allies of the U.S.? We’ll ask Jerome Corsi, a terrorism analyst and the author of "Black Gold Stranglehold: The Myth of Scarcity and the Politics of Oil."

• Also, how will the White House respond to recent terror strikes in Jordan and Iraq? Tony Blankley, the editorial page editor of The Washington Times and author of "The West's Last Chance" weighs in.

• And then, an Oregon exchange student missing in Brazil has been found! We’ll tell you about her amazing story of survival!

• Plus, the 15-year-old Tennessee boy who killed his assistant principal and shot two others will be tried as an adult, but is that the right thing to do? We’ll hear from FNC legal analyst Bob Massi and criminal defense attorney Mickey Sherman.

These stories and more on today's show.

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