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Here are just some of the topics you'll find on "DaySide" today:

As aftershocks continue to rattle quake-ravaged Pakistan (search), rescuers are frantically searching for survivors trapped beneath the rubble while President Pervez Musharraf (search) pleads for international help to hurry equipment and relief supplies to the decimated region. FOX’s Mike Tobin reports live from Pakistan.

Then, trouble in New Orleans (search) as two police officers are suspended after beating a man in the French Quarter (search). It was all caught on tape. Laura Ingle is live in the Big Easy with that story.

Also, we’ll investigate the real story behind the terror threat that had New York City (search) subway riders running scared. The Manhattan Institute’s Tim Connors has the latest.

And, a stunning accusation from ex-FBI director Louis Freeh (search). Did former President Bill Clinton (search) refuse to investigate the 1996 bombing of a U.S. barracks in Saudi Arabia to pursue better relations with Iran? FOX News analysts Ellis Henican and Rich Lowry debate it.

Plus, are we prepared for a bird flu (search) pandemic? Could American cities really be quarantined? Find out today on "DaySide!"

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