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It's a life or death decision: Terri Schiavo's (search) husband believes he can remove the feeding tube keeping his badly-brain damaged wife alive on Tuesday, Feb. 22. Will Terri's family let that happen? We'll get reaction from Terri's brother, Bobby Schlinder, and George Felos, attorney for Michael Schiavo.

The bizarre death of a top female chemist (search) found drowned at a New Jersey water-treatment plant has been ruled a homicide. Could the culprit be one of her 85 co-workers? We'll ask James Avigliano, Passaic County prosecutor, and Ernie Landante, spokesperson for the Passaic Valley Water Commission.

The search is underway for a missing 11-year-old boy, Richard Cody Haynes. Is time running out? We'll ask former LAPD homicide detective Mark Fuhrman, and Kittitas Police Chief Steve Dunnagan.

Plus, Iran and Syria say they will form a common front to confront threats. Should we be concerned by this unholy alliance? Amb. Imad Moustapha, Syrian ambassador to the United States, joins the debate.

And, was Princess Diana's death an accident? Why are British investigators still looking for answers?

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"On the Record with Greta Van Susteren" is a one-hour news and analysis program involving a diverse component of newsmaker interviews anchored by distinguished journalist and renowned trial lawyer Greta Van Susteren.

"On the Record" capitalizes on Van Susteren's experience, fairness and inquisitive manner in exploring the issues of the day with her trademark hard hitting and provocative questions.

Innovative segments and its no nonsense attitude toward the news have enabled "On the Record” to attract a wide range of diverse guests.

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