Topics and Guests: August 10

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A fugitive Tennessee couple is armed, dangerous and wanted for murder. They’ve been on the run for 36 hours and they could be anywhere. We’ll be joined live by Roane County Sheriff David Haggard.

Plus, George Hyatte has a long criminal history and he has escaped from prison several times before. We’ll get an update from Amanda Sluss, spokeswoman for the Tennessee Department of Corrections.

Why were lawyers for the suspects in Natalee Holloway's disappearance in an Aruba courtroom fighting to keep the FBI out of the investigation? We’ll ask Aruban attorney Ricardo Yarzagaray and Jim Hammer, former San Francisco assistant district attorney.

Investigators in Aruba have been interrogating Joran van der Sloot nearly every day, but he refuses to answer their questions. Now, Joran's attorneys have filed an appeal to try to stop the interrogations. What else should police be doing to solve this mystery? We’ll investigate with former Los Angeles Police Department Detective Mark Fuhrman (search).

Then, the clues, the physical evidence and the suspect's statements. Where the Natalee Holloway (search) case stands right now — and what authorities are planning to do next! Greta has the latest as Natalee Holloway's mother goes "On the Record."

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