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President Bush nominates Judge Samuel Alito (search) to the Supreme Court to replace retiring Justice Sandra Day O'Connor. Republicans are delighted with Bush's choice, while Democrats are blasting him as "too radical." How nasty will the battle over the bench get? We'll get insight from Leslie Feldman, political science professor at Hofstra University.

Then, why is the mother of the teenage boy accused of murdering Pamela Vitale (search) going to testify against her son? Former prosecutor Arthur Aidala and criminal defense attorney Drew Findling weigh in.

Plus, do you know the true meaning of Halloween? We'll get the lowdown from Lesley Pratt Bannatyne, author of "Halloween."

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