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British police arrest two more suspects in connection with the terrorist investigation into the attempted July 21 attacks. Are they closing in on the terror masterminds? We'll get the lowdown from Greg Esslinger, former FBI special agent in counterterrorism.

Then, the Pentagon implemented a new plan for fighting terrorism in March, shifting the focus away from just Al Qaeda and its leaders to Islamic extremists in general. Will the new plan put us on top in the War on Terror (search)? We'll ask Harlan Ullman, senior advisor to the Center for Strategic and International Studies and author of "Owls and Eagles."

And, lawyers for an accused cop killer say he was suffering a serious mental defect, possibly caused by playing the violent video game "Grand Theft Auto (search)," when he killed two officers and a police dispatcher. But can a video game cause someone to murder? Former prosecutor Arthur Aidala weighs in.

Plus, the Discovery (search) shuttle launch is a go for Tuesday. Have all safety concerns been addressed? We'll ask NASA administrator Mike Griffin.

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