Topics and Guests: January 17

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Their pregnant daughter beaten with a bat and their unborn grandchild buried in the backyard. So why are they defending their daughter’s attacker and claiming he’s the victim! Greta has the latest on this shocking story.

Plus, we'll pay tribute to the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with Rev. Jesse Jackson (search), president and founder of the Rainbow Push Coalition.

And, the Los Angeles Police Department needs your help in apprehending a bandit dubbed the "Bel Air Burglar" who's been terrorizing the posh L.A. neighborhood and making off with millions of dollars in loot. We'll get the details from Michael Shnayerson of Vanity Fair.

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Friday, January 21

It's an "On the Record" you won't want to miss this show as Cindy Margolis (search) bares all about her heartbreaking personal ordeal.

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