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According to a news report, British authorities have identified the fourth suspect in last week's deadly London attacks. Police also acknowledged that the blasts were homicide bombings. How is a person convinced to blow him- or herself up to kill other people? Harold Copus, former FBI special agent, weighs in.

Then, space shuttle Discovery (search) sits on the launch pad — instead of heading for the International Space Station — after a faulty fuel-tank sensor was discovered a couple of hours before liftoff Wednesday. So when is Discovery expected to take off? We'll ask former astronaut Tom Jones.

And, Lance Armstrong (search) maintains the overall lead at the Tour de France, as one of his teammates crashes and drops out of the race. Will Lance stay strong to garner an unprecedented seventh consecutive win at the 2005 Tour de France? David Scott, writer for BostonSportsMedia.com, gives us his predictions.

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