Guests and Topics for November 11

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Many Marines go to war and are never heard from again. One foundation is reaching out to the children of Marines, providing scholarships and financial aid to further their education. We'll be joined by Peter Depaola and Kevin Ainsworth, president and vice president of The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation.

Plus, it's a nightmare scenario many of us think about when we fly: What happens if my plane crashes? Could I get out alive? Barbara Peterson, senior correspondent for Condé Nast Traveler, shares some surprising survival statistics.

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Veterans Day: We'll honor the heroes that served our country with U.S. Marine Corps General Peter Pace, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Jim Nicholson, secretary of Veterans Affairs.

The Bush National Guard story stirred up a storm of controversy for CBS News, trashed producer Mary Mapes' career and ultimately led to Dan Rather's "Evening News" resignation. We'll go inside the scandal with Mary Mapes, author of "Truth and Duty."

Plus, we'll be joined by Oscar-nominated actress Miranda Richardson, star of "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire."

And, for Veterans Day, country crooner John Conlee shares a special message for the troops and their families.

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