On today's edition of "DaySide" with Linda Vester:
Terror in Iraq: A deadly day in an Iraqi hot spot as nine people die in two separate blasts in Fallujah (search). But it was the Iraqi crowd’s reaction to the attack that was so horrific. Are these the people we came to help? We’ll ask David Debatto, retired counter intelligence special agent for the U.S. Army and senior editor of C.I. Advisor.
Madison Mystery: As the search continues for missing Wisconsin college student Audrey Seiler, police admit that the case has them baffled. We’ll get an update on the search from Audrey’s uncle, Scott Charlesworth Seiler.
Jacko on the Hill: Michael Jackson is in our nation's capitol Wednesday, to accept an award for his charitable work. But did you know that his charities are defunct? What's going on here? We’ll get an update from Roger Friedman, columnist for Foxnews.com.
Lies and Accusations: Are people lying to get on the jury in the Scott Peterson murder trial? Scott's attorney, Mark Geragos, says they are. But what proof does he have?
Batter Up! There may be no bigger baseball fan than President Bush. Now the president serves up lunch for some Hall-of-Famers as baseball legends Johnny Bench and George Brett explain.
Plus, White House lawyers are making arrangements with the 9/11 Commission so that National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice (search) could testify before the panel as early as next week. Why the reversal? We’ll ask Victoria Toensing, former Justice Department official, and Lanny Davis, former special counsel in the Clinton White House.
Those stories and more on today’s edition of “DaySide with Linda Vester"
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