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A Russian mini-submarine is stuck on the Pacific floor, trapping seven Russian sailors who are slowly running out of air. The U.S. Navy is rushing an unmanned vehicle there to help in the rescue efforts. It is literally a race against time. Will rescuers reach the sub before the air runs out? We'll get the latest from retired U.S. Navy Captain Chuck Nash, FOX News military analyst.

Then, what must the sailors do to stay alive as long as possible? And what must rescuers do to get the sailors out? Professional deep-sea diver John Chatterton weighs in.

And, Saturday marks 60 years to the day when the U.S. dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima (search). President Truman's argument in dropping the bomb was that it would prevent more deaths in the long run. With all the nuclear proliferation today, could a rationale like Truman's be used again? We'll ask Daryl Kimball, executive director of the Arms Control Association.

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