Topics and Guests: February 17

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Are Al Qaeda sleeper cells (search) embedded in the U.S. heartland, waiting to strike? We'll get a threat assessment from Bill Gertz, reporter for The Washington Times.

Plus, Katherine "Kathy" Lynn Stobaugh vanished without a trace leaving behind two young children. Now the mystery that stunned a small Texas community just got worse: Could her husband be the prime suspect? Stobaugh's heartbroken family goes "On the Record."

And, we'll have the latest in investigation into the New Jersey water treatment plant murder mystery.

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