Topics and Guests: October 18

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Could new witness testimony help free Scott Peterson? (search) As Mark Geragos and company head back to court, we'll break down Scott's defense with Jeanine Pirro, Westchester County district attorney; Geoffrey Fieger, criminal defense attorney; Jim Hammer, former San Francisco district attorney; Ted Williams, criminal defense attorney, and Laura Ingle of KFI Radio.

Plus, we'll hear from Gloria Allred, attorney for Amber Frey (search).

And, who's to blame for this year's shortage of flu vaccine? (search) And, how can you protect your family this flu season? We'll ask Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and Dr. Michael Caldwell, Dutchess County Commissioner of Health.

Those stories and much more...

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