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Here's a review of what was on the rundown for Tuesday, September 3:

Opening statements begin in the trial of Derek and Alex King — two teenage brothers accused of beating their father to death with an aluminum baseball bat
Ken Padowitz, former prosecutor
Roy Black, criminal defense attorney 

Iraq now says that weapons inspectors can return to the country, but only if certain conditions are met. How does that change U.S. strategy?
• Retired Army Capt. David Christian

The Dow is taking a dive, and market mavens say the blame lies with nervous investors and lackluster manufacturing numbers
Dagen McDowell, FNC business analyst

Concern over the safety of the nation's blood supply grows as it is learned that a woman who had West Nile may have transmitted the virus through a transfusion
• Dr. Gerald Sandler, infectious disease specialty at Georgetown University

Several priests who say they were falsely accused of sexually abusing children are now suing their accuser
Mark Serrano of the Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests (SNAP)
William Donohue, president of the Catholic League

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