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Here's a review of what was on the rundown for Tuesday, August 27:

The remains of two missing Oregon girls are discovered in the backyard of one Ward Weaver. His ex-wife says she went to the FBI with her suspicions months ago. Could the deaths of Ashley Pond and Miranda Gaddis been prevented?
Kristi Sloan, Ward Weaver's ex-wife

Actor Robert Blake asks a judge to delay his murder case. His lawyer says he needs the time to review new evidence in Bonny Lee Bakley's death
Jeralyn Merritt, criminal defense attorney
Ken Padowitz, former prosecutor

Al Qaeda prisoners in Afghanistan, soon-to-be released from prison, say they're ready to get out there and fight for Usama bin Laden again in his war of terror against America
• Retired Army Major Bob Bevelacqua

Michael Skakel, the Kennedy cousin convicted of killing his neighbor Martha Moxley when the two were teenagers, faces sentencing
Jane Crawford, freelance journalist

President Bush meets with Saudi Prince Bandar to talk Iraq and the threat Saddam Hussein poses to the world
Marc Ginsberg, former U.S. ambassador to Morocco and FNC contributor

A new book points to evidence of major intelligence breakdowns leading up to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks
Bill Gertz, reporter for the Washington Times

Major League baseball players get ready to walk if they can't strike a deal with their teams' owners
Brian Kilmeade, co-host of FOX & Friends

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