Topics and Guests: March 29

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A father desperately pleas to save his dying daughter, but is there really any hope left for Terri Schiavo (search)? We look at the battle behind the scenes.

And Jesse Jackson (search) joins the fight to keep Terri Schiavo alive. Is there anything more he or anyone else can do to save Terri?

Plus, the peaceful protest outside Terri's hospice takes a violent turn. We’ll tell you what happened.

And several people at the center of this life and death battle have had their lives threatened, so what’s being done to keep them safe? Greta investigates.

We’ll also take a look back at the life and career of attorney Johnnie Cochran (search), made famous for winning acquittal for OJ Simpson, who died Tuesday at the age of 67.

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