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After closing the line to St. Peter's Basilica Wednesday, mourners are given one last chance to pay their respects to Pope John Paul II (search) as Roman police reopened the line. Shepard Smith is live from Rome with the latest updates.

Then, we'll hear from Cardinal William Keeler, archbishop of Baltimore, on the upcoming conclave in which he will be voting.

Plus, Pfizer is taking its popular painkiller, Bextra (search), off the market at the request of the Food and Drug Administration (search). It's believed that the widely prescribed painkiller may pose more risks than originally thought. What does this mean for Bextra users? We'll ask Dr. Steven Garner of New York's St. Vincent Catholic Medical Center.

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