Topics and Guests: March 2

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Investigators combing a Chicago neighborhood for clues after a federal judge arrived home to find her mother and husband shot to death. As police search for the killer, could the suspect be part of a white supremacist (search) group? We'll investigate.

Plus, how is the legal community reacting? We'll get a read from Jim Hammer, former federal prosecutor, and Jeanine Pirro, West Chester County district attorney.

And, President Bush has tough talk for the Syrians. Is Damascus (search) listening? We'll ask David Gergen, former presidential adviser.

Thursday, March 3

Keeping Hope Alive — Mary and Bob Schindler, parents of severely brain-damaged Terri Schiavo (search), talk about their struggle to save their daughter’s life.

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