Topics and Guests for July 27

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He helped broker the deal that ended the NHL lockout that canceled last season. But can he bring fans back to the ice? Neil faces off with NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman (search).

The heat we're feeling all over the country is driving record demand for electricity. So is a blackout next? We'll ask Carol Murphy, New York power grid spokesperson.

Then, will this heat wave cost you no matter where you live? We'll get the lowdown from Michael Schlacter, chief meteorologist for Weather 2000.

And, video surveillance cameras are a key reason that police arrested one of the four alleged London bombers Wednesday. But why do some feel it's an invasion of our privacy? We'll ask civil rights attorney Michael Gross.

Plus, is it a "big mistake" if CAFTA (search) is passed? Lori Wallach, director of Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch, says yes and joins us to tell us why!

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