Topics and Guests: February 24

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At a meeting with President Bush in Slovakia, Russian President Vladimir Putin (search) agreed that neither Iran nor North Korea should have a nuclear weapon and pledged his commitment to democratic reforms in Russia. But can we take the Russian president at his word? We'll ask former Secretary of State Dr. Henry Kissinger.

Plus, is there a break in the case of missing Texas mom, Kathy Stobaugh? Greta has the details on tonight's edition of "On the Record."

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