Topics and Guests: November 10

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Is the boycott of Aruba catching on? The governor of Alabama called for a nationwide boycott, hoping it would force investigators to move on the Natalee Holloway case. Now, two Philadelphia councilmen join us to explain why they're urging residents of Philadelphia to join the boycott.

Investigators searching for Teresa Halbach make a gruesome discovery. The 25-year old Wisconsin woman disappeared on Halloween. Tonight, police say there was blood in her car and pieces of human bone and teeth were found nearby. We'll get an update from Amy Weaver, reporter for the Herald Times.

It has been nearly six months since Walter Moore vanished without a trace. The 48-year old assistant principal was last seen on May 22. His car was found three days later, but no clues have been found since then. We'll get reaction from his brother, Reggie Moore.

The police search for missing Georgia teacher Tara Grinstead has been called off. But tonight, investigators are testing several clues that could help them find her. We'll examine the evidence with forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Baden.

The passengers of the Seabourn Spirit boarded the cruise ship looking for an adventure -- but the trip was much wilder than they had hoped for! The ship was attacked by violent pirates off the coast of Somalia. We'll be joined by Bruce Meadows, the ship's assistant cruise director.

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