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The first criminal case has been filed against Saddam Hussein (search), stemming from the 1982 massacre of dozens of Shiite villagers in retaliation for a failed assassination attempt against the former leader. How will the people of Iraq react to Saddam being on trial? And will the "Butcher of Baghdad" get the death penalty? International law attorney Rahul Manchanda weighs in.

Then, strands of blond hair attached to a piece of duct tape found in a remote area of Aruba are being flown to Holland for DNA testing. Could this be the long-awaited break in the Natalee Holloway (search) case? We'll get the lowdown from former homicide investigator Rod Wheeler.

And, a new security law requires DMV workers to make sure driver's license applicants are American citizens or legal residents. But could making the DMV operate like the FBI be too expensive? We'll ask Jim Harper, director of Information Policy Studies at the CATO Institute.

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