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Justice Sandra Day O'Connor (search), the first woman ever to serve on the United States Supreme Court, has announced her retirement. Her departure creates the first opening on the Supreme Court in 11 years and gives President Bush his first chance to nominate a justice. Who will the president pick? We'll ask Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz.
Plus, the Aruban government says they have the Natalee Holloway (search) investigation under control. But is the FBI getting enough access to the case? Natalee's father, Dave Holloway, goes "On the Record."
And, where did investigators search Friday? And did they uncover any new clues? A lead searcher Tim Miller, Equusearch team founder, has a live update.
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