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Missing in paradise: Get the latest clues and what key suspects are saying in the search for Natalee Holloway (search).
The blonde hair and duct tape found on an Aruban beach have been sent to the FBI's crime lab in Quantico. We'll get the latest from Tito Lacle, an investigative reporter with Aruba Today.
Plus, what exactly can investigators learn from these hairs? And what kinds of tests are needed to determine whether they are Natalee Holloway's? We'll ask forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Baden.
Could these forensic clues provide the evidence prosecutors need to file criminal charges? We'll get the legal lowdown from Greta's legal eagles:
• Arlene Ellis Schipper, Aruban attorney
• Jeff Brown, criminal defense attorney
• Bernie Grimm, criminal defense attorney
• Ted Williams, criminal defense attorney
We'll also be joined live from Little Rock, Arkansas by Natalee's aunt, Linda Allison.
Plus, President Bush has made his choice for the Supreme Court. Now the Senate confirmation battle begins. We'll get a preview of the battle for the bench with Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz.
Plus, Jack's back! Jungle Jack Hanna (search) drops by the studio with some very special guests when Greta goes "On the Record."
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"On the Record with Greta Van Susteren" is a one-hour news and analysis program involving a diverse component of newsmaker interviews anchored by distinguished journalist and renowned trial lawyer Greta Van Susteren.
"On the Record" capitalizes on Van Susteren's experience, fairness and inquisitive manner in exploring the issues of the day with her trademark hard hitting and provocative questions.
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