Topics and Guests: July 13

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• A major ruling in the Natalee Holloway (search) case is expected Wednesday night as three judges decide whether Joran van der Sloot will be set free and if the Kalpoe brothers will be sent back to jail. We’ll talk live with Natalee's mother, Beth Holloway Twitty, who awaits the court’s decision in Aruba.

Plus, the judges in the Holloway case heard five separate appeals Tuesday. Was any new evidence introduced in court? And how big a setback will it be for investigators if Joran van der Sloot (search) is set free? We’re investigating.

Then, child welfare (search) workers in Florida are investigating over 1,000 reports of possible child abuse that went unnoticed for nearly two months due to a computer glitch. How serious were these reports? And were any children harmed by the delay? We’ll ask Deborah Circelli of the Daytona Beach News Journal, who’s been following the case closely.

And an international investigation is underway into the disappearance of a Connecticut man celebrating his honeymoon on a Mediterranean cruise. George Smith was reported missing July 5 and blood was found in his cruise ship cabin... Do investigators now suspect foul play? We’ll hear details on the investigation from Michael White of New York Post.

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