Tuesday, June 3: Difficulties for the Domestic Diva

House Search

A judge in Modesto, California could rule on unsealing the police department's initial search warrants. Could we learn what the police were looking for inside Scott Peterson's home and why they suspected him of his wife Laci's murder in the first place? We’ll be joined by Court TV anchor James Curtis, Robert Gottlieb, criminal defense attorney, and Melinda McAllister, criminal defense attorney.

Last Chance?

As talks break down between the feds and Martha Stewart (search) over charges she engaged in insider trading, will America's homemaker face jail time? We’ll ask Hilary Kramer, president of AMG Capital and a regular on Cashin' In.

Survival Question

Did suspected serial bomber Eric Rudolph really survive outdoors for five years just hunting and foraging. Or did he have help? Bill Hughes, mayor of Murphy, North Carolina -- the small town where Rudolph was captured, and Doug Jones, former prosecutor in the Birmingham, Alabama abortion clinic bombing case where Eric Rudolph was first named a suspect, join the debate.

We’ll also hear from Tom Brown, an instructor of survival and tracking and author of Tom Brown's Field Guide to Wilderness Survival.

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