Topics and Guests: July 12

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Could the chief suspect in Natalee Holloway's (search) disappearance pull a disappearing act of his own? Plus, will the Kalpoe (search) brothers be back in court?

Natalee Holloway's family is awaiting court decisions that may free Joran van der Sloot and result in the re-arrest of the Kalpoe brothers. We'll get reaction from Dave and Robin Holloway, Natalee's father and stepmother.

We'll take an inside look at what happened in court. Did the prosecutor present any new evidence linking Deepak and Satish to Natalee's disappearance? We'll get the legal lowdown from Aruban attorney Lincoln Gomez and former LAPD homicide Detective Mark Fuhrman.

Plus, there are reports that Joran van der Sloot (search) broke down in tears and admitted to burying Natalee's body. Joran's lawyer responds.

And, one of the greatest political mysteries in U.S. history was solved when the man known as "Deep Throat" came forward. The question remains: Why did he do it? Legendary reporters Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward join us with answers.

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