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Tuesday, December 27
Former reality TV star Anna Nicole Smith has an unlikely ally in her ongoing legal battle over her late husband's fortune: the Bush administration. Yes, you read it right. We'll tell you why the White House is getting involved in Smith's case as the Supreme Court gets ready to rule!
Plus, a serial rapist is recaptured in Miami. How did Reynaldo E. Rapalo get out of jail in the first place? How was he caught? Will he be allowed to post bail this time? We'll have the latest from Miami.
And, speaking of crime... What would lead a former Major League pitcher to rob a jewelry store? Ex-pitcher Jeff Reardon has been caught and charged with holding up a Florida jewelry store in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. We'll bring you a look at the possible motives behind this unusual and bizarre story.
Then, it's been a year since the killer wave struck South Asia. Where has all the money gone that's been donated to help victims of the tsunami? The answers might just surprise and upset you...
Also, the latest from Iraq where 10,000 people demonstrated today calling for a unity government and calling into question the validity of recent parlimentary elections there. What's going on? We'll have analysis.
These stories and much more... Don't miss "The Factor"!
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