Topics and Guests: August 3

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Did critical mistakes delay the investigation into Natalee Holloway's (search) disappearance? Beth Holloway Twitty reacts as Greta takes you inside the case.

Then, Annamarie Randazzo has been missing for nearly two weeks. We'll tell you why her family thinks a surveillance tape could help solve this mystery.

And, a frantic search is underway for LaToyia Figueroa (search) — a missing pregnant woman. Police impounded two cars from the father of her baby. Were any clues found inside?

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