Topics and Guests: March 18

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It's 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. We'll take you inside the mind of murder suspect Brian Nichols to find out what set him off.

Plus, sad news in the case of missing 9-year-old Jessica Lunsford (search) of Florida — John Evander Couey (search), a registered sex offender with a criminal history confessed to killing Lunsford, who went missing from her home over three weeks ago.

We’ll have the latest on the heartbreaking search for Jessica’s body, plus, reaction from a Lunsford family friend and a neighbor and former boss of the killer who confessed.

And breaking news in the Terri Schiavo (search) case after Congress tried and failed to stop the removal of Schiavo's feeding tube. Now she is starving to death despite efforts by her parents and lawmakers to keep her alive. We’ll talk to her brother and take you to the scene of some very emotional protests to save Terri.

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