Topics and Guests: March 17

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It’s Congress versus Major League Baseball (search) and steroids are all the rage. As the hearings heat up — who wants to shut them down and what does it mean for baseball’s future? Greta gets the juice tonight “On the Record.”

And we'll bring you breaking news in the disappearance of nine-year-old Jessica Lunsford (search) of Florida. After being missing for more than three weeks, police have made an arrest. We'll have all the details.

Plus, we'll get reaction from our legal panel.

And be sure to tune in Friday for an exclusive primetime interview with the daughter and college girlfriend of Brian Nichols (search), the suspect in the Atlanta-area shooting rage that left four people dead.

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