Here’s what is on tap for Wednesday:

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Police in Columbus, Ohio are looking at a particular person of interest in the case of a missing model. We'll get the details from Ann Hayes, private investigator.

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A second military officer is now backing claims made by a Pentagon unit that tagged 9/11 hijacker Mohamed Atta as a risk in early 2000. We’ll get reaction from Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer, Army intelligence officer and former operational planner for Able Danger (search).

Plus, we’ll be joined by NASA astronaut Eileen Collins, commander of the space shuttle Discovery.

Then, he served under seven U.S. presidents and remains a key political player in Washington. Now, in his new autobiography, "Herding Cats," Mississippi Senator Trent Lott (search) pulls no punches and candidly reveals how he's survived on Capitol Hill.

And, it's the dog days of summer and the Amazing Kreskin (search) drops by to help us chill out!

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