Topics and Guests: July 21

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It's an "On the Record" exclusive: We'll show you home video of Natalee Holloway (search) that you will not see anywhere else!

Plus, is somebody holding back information about Natalee's disappearance? Natalee's mother, Beth Holloway Twitty, joins us to talk about what she is doing to get more information.

And, we'll get the latest on the search for Natalee from Aruban investigative reporter, Tito Lacle.

Two weeks to the day after suicide bombers killed 56 people in London (search), Britain's capital was attacked again. We'll get an eyewitness account of the aftermath from Hannah Strange, UPI correspondent.

And, a honeymoon cruise takes a deadly turn. Witnesses report a woman's scream, a drunken argument and a bloody handprint. Can these clues help solve the mystery? We'll investigate.

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