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Tragedy in a crowded nightclub in Rhode Island leaves at least 85 dead and hundreds injured. Security and club guidelines are now under the microscope. What went wrong? We'll ask crowd safety analyst Paul Wertheimer.
As investigators sort through the wreckage of The Station nightclub, questions remain if the owners of the club actually knew the band was planning on using pyrotechnics. We'll ask retired Detective Dennis Small how the investigation is likely to proceed.
Plus, we'll the very latest on the conditions of the victims from Dr. Brian Wallin, Kent Hospital spokesman and Nick Logothets, director of disaster services for the Rhode Island Red Cross.
Turkey is close to a deal that would allow U.S. troops use of their airbase as a launching pad for war with Iraq. Can we convince them to come around, or will we work around them? We'll get the Long and the Short of it from FOX News contributors Jim Pinkerton and Ellen Ratner.
Is France's anti-war stand on Iraq causing Wall Street fallout? We'll ask the Chartman for Bulls & Bears and columnist for Realmoney.com, Gary B. Smith.
Will a new resolution by the U.S. and Britain help rally support for force against Saddam? We'll be joined by Andy Messing, former Special Forces major and current executive director of the National Defense Council Foundation.
Does France and Germany's stance against action have less to do with disarming Iraq and more with a power struggle. Ariel Cohen, research fellow at the Heritage Foundation, weighs in.
The war on terror may be stressing out your kids more than you think and talking to them about war can be tricky. What do you say to make them understand the news and how can you make them feel safe? We'll ask child grief analyst Denise Daniels.
Plus, in the world of professional wrestling there are few men who were as successful as Bobby "the Brain" Heenan, whose new book details life on the road as a wrestling superstar and profiles his battle with throat cancer.
Modesto police collect bags of evidence during a new search of Laci Peterson's house this week. But, after nearly two months since her disappearance are they any closer to solving the case? We'll ask former New York City homicide detective and private investigator, Jay Salpeter.
Cookies and Couscous author Moha Orchid cooks up some easy-to-make treats.
The Rhode Island nightclub fire -- an expert from Pyrotechnics Guild International tells us what went wrong.
Plus, a former Gulf War P.O.W. discusses what he discovered behind enemy lines.
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It's a Girl!
Congratulations to E.D. and Joe Hill on the birth of their beautiful baby daughter, Sumner Holcomb Hill, who arrived at 9:07 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 9, and weighed in at 7 pounds and 11 ounces.
Both mother and daughter are doing fine and thank you for your well wishes.
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