Topics and Guests: August 5

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Natalee Holloway's (search) mom is back in Aruba, turning up the heat on the investigation. Will putting pressure on police help or hurt the case? We'll be joined by Natalee's mother, Beth Holloway Twitty.

A major ruling is expected in Aruba on Monday. Tito Lacle, an investigative reporter with Aruba Today, explains what it is and how it could affect the Holloway investigation.

Then, Natalee's friends go "On the Record." One of them was with Natalee the night she first met Joran van der Sloot (search). What did she think of him? And was she surprised when he showed up at Carlos & Charlie's on May 30?

Joran van der Sloot was interrogated again on Friday by experts from the Netherlands. But he refuses to answer their questions! Can they learn anything from him even if he won't talk? Former Los Angeles homicide detective Mark Fuhrman joins us live in Spokane, Washington.

Plus, volunteers and search dogs were back at the Aruba landfill on Friday, desperately looking for any sign of Natalee Holloway. We'll get the latest on the investigation from Jossy Mansur, managing editor of Aruba's largest newspaper, Diario.

Then, they got on ships, planes and tanks to fight for their country. Then they got on their bikes to fight for their friends and colleagues. We'll tell you all about Soldier Ride and the heroes behind it.

And, it's a race against time at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean (search). Seven Russian soldiers are trapped below the surface and have only hours to live. Can rescue vessels get to them in time?

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