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A new pope has been elected. German Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger (search) was introduced to the world as Pope Benedict XVI. We'll get live FOX Team coverage from Jamie Colby in Rome.

Plus, will American Catholics embrace the new pontiff? We'll ask Father William Stetson, director of the Catholic Information Center.

A desperate search is underway for missing Pennsylvania District Attorney Ray Gricar (search). Did the D.A. fall victim to a criminal he put behind bars? We'll ask LeDon Young, colleague who has known Gricar for over 20 years.

Plus, the man accused of the BTK serial killings appears in court. Even if he is convicted of brutally murdering 10 people, he will not face the death penalty. Why will his life be spared? We'll investigate.

And, is the end in sight for the prosecution's case against Michael Jackson? (search) We'll get the latest on the trial of the "King of Pop" from Greta's legal eagles:

• Jim Hammer, former San Francisco assistant district attorney
• Ted Williams, criminal defense attorney
• Geoffrey Fieger, criminal defense attorney
• Laura Ingle, KFI Radio reporter

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About the Show

"On the Record with Greta Van Susteren" is a one-hour news and analysis program involving a diverse component of newsmaker interviews anchored by distinguished journalist and renowned trial lawyer Greta Van Susteren.

"On the Record" capitalizes on Van Susteren's experience, fairness and inquisitive manner in exploring the issues of the day with her trademark hard hitting and provocative questions.

Innovative segments and its no nonsense attitude toward the news have enabled "On the Record” to attract a wide range of diverse guests.

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