Topics and Guests for June 22

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The frantic search for missing teen, Natalee Holloway (search), continues in Aruba. Sources tell FOX News that one of the men being held in connection with Natalee's disappearance is changing his story. We'll get the details from FOX News' Julie Banderas, live from Palm Beach, Aruba.

Plus, will investigators ever get the real story from Joran van der Sloot? We'll ask Tito Lacle, investigative reporter for Aruba Today.

The happy ending in the case of the little scout lost when searchers found Brennan Hawkins and returned him to his family. We'll get the latest from outside the Hawkins' home with FOX News' Alicia Acuna.

President Bush's political push: Just how much power does he have left in his second term? Ed Gillespie, former Republican National Committee chairman, weighs in.

Senator Dick Durbin bows to political pressure and backtracks his rant about Gitmo resembling a "repressive regime". We'll get the fallout from FOX News' Brian Wilson.

Plus, members of a New York City Islamic group call themselves "thinkers", but are they thinking about doing harm to the United States? They're declaring America the enemy at parades and protests around the city and tearing up American flags. We'll get details from Arabic media analyst Mamoun Fandy, senior fellow at the Baker Institute.

And, Tom Cruise (search) and Lindsay Lohan both have big movies coming out. They're also making all kinds of news for their behavior. So who's giving these people PR advice? Mark Stevens, author of "Your Marketing Sucks," joins the debate.

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