Topics and Guests: November 18

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Secretary of State Colin Powell (search) claims that Iran is trying to adapt missiles to carry nuclear weapons. And now, an exiled Iranian opposition group says Tehran (search) has a secret uranium enriching facility, previously unknown to the international community. Is Iran playing a dangerous shell game with its nuclear capabilities? We'll investigate.

Plus, rude, crude and in the nude? Two stripping sisters got buck-naked in the Buckeye State. But is it the cops who bare responsibility? Greta sits down with these girls gone wild on tonight's edition of "On the Record."

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