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Former Ohio congressman and host John Kasich covers the stories that touch our entire nation!
Here's what you'll find on our show this weekend:
American tourist Natalee Holloway (search) has been missing in Aruba for almost two weeks. Is the likelihood of finding her alive dwindling? Team FOX is live in Aruba with the latest. We'll hear from Angela Muzenhofer, reporter for Aruba Today, and Ruben Trapenberg, spokesperson for the Aruba government.
Then, Natalee is not the first case of a missing American in Aruba. Bud Larson (search) has been missing in Aruba for six years. We'll talk with one of Bud's brothers, Curtis Larson, and private investigator Bill Garcia.
After six days of deliberation, the Michael Jackson jury still doesn't have a verdict. If the "King of Pop" is convicted of child molestation, is his childhood to blame? We'll get the lowdown from Dr. Judy Kuriansky, clinical psychologist and sex therapist.
And, students at an Arkansas high school are seen fighting in a videotape described as a cross between "Fight Night" and "Girls Gone Wild." Are teen "fight clubs" a new trend on the rise? Police Chief Steve Helms, of Rogers, Arkansas, weighs in.
Plus, continuing our look into the private Amish society — why doesn't the law prosecute more cases of abuse in the Amish community? We'll ask C. Keith Plummer, former prosecutor in Guernsey County, Wisconsin.
Those stories and more on this Saturday's "Heartland."
Be sure to watch "Heartland" this Saturday evening at 8 p.m. ET and on Sunday at 4 a.m. ET.
— All topics and guests subject to change.