Topics and Guests: November 16

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Authorities continue to search for two convicts who escaped from the Iowa State Penitentiary. Martin Shane Moon and Robert Joseph Legendre are considered armed and dangerous. We'll get an update on the search from FOX News' Steve Brown, outside the Ft. Madison State Penitentiary.

How were the criminals allowed to escape? We'll ask Eugene Meyer, director of the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigations.

And, where could be the fugitives be headed? Scott Bandstra, an attorney representing one of the escaped inmates, weighs in.

Natalee Holloway's aunt says it's time for yellow ribbons on display since the teen's disappearance in Aruba to come down. We'll ask Natalee, Dave Holloway, if he agrees.

And, a frantic search is underway for a missing 52-year-old woman in New Jersey. It has been six weeks since anyone has heard from Marianne Demartin. We'll get an update from Evestown Township Police Department Captain Jeff Gural.

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