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LaToyia Figueroa (search) is five-months pregnant and has been missing since July 18. Apparently, her boyfriend — the father of her unborn child — was the last person to see her. Is foul play involved? Former homicide investigator Rod Wheeler weighs in.
Then, more key arrests in the London bombings. Are investigators closing in on the masterminds behind the deadly attacks? We'll ask Jeff Addicott, director of the Center for Terrorism Law at St. Mary's University School of Law and author of "Winning the War on Terror."
And, video surveillance cameras have been an integral part in leading investigators to suspects in the London bombings. So should the U.S. put security cameras in our mass transit systems? And why do some people oppose this? We'll get insight from Frank O'Hare, former NYPD operations commander.
Plus, is it time to shelve the shuttle program? NASA and space analyst John Pike, director of GlobalSecurity.org, weighs in.
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