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The Vatican responds to reports that Pope John Paul II's (search) health is deteriorating. We have the latest on the pope's condition.

Why does entertainer Pat Boone call Terri Schiavo (search) a modern day "Joan of Arc?" And why the Rev. Pat Robertson, chairman and founder of the Christian Broadcasting Network, calls her death a "judicial execution?"

The death of Schiavo is still sinking in for many of us, but does her death mark the end of her story? We have the political fallout from David Corn, Washington editor of "The Nation" magazine, and Cal Thomas, syndicated columnist and host of "After Hours."

The media has been highly criticized for its coverage of Schiavo's struggle. Is this criticism justified? Join the heated debate with Cliff Kincaid, editor Accuracy in Media, and Paul Levinson, chairman of the department of communications and media studies at Fordham University in New York.

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