Published January 14, 2015
On today's edition of "DaySide" with Linda Vester:
Election Security: Authorities are bracing for a possible attack leading up to Election Day as National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice says the big event might just be too good for terrorists to pass up. Will our right to vote be protected? We’ll ask Steve Pomerantz, former assistant FBI director and former head of the FBI’s counter-terrorism unit.
Plan of Iraq: The White House is responding to claims made in Bob Woodward's new book about the decision to go to war in Iraq. Was the war a foregone conclusion? James Comey, deputy attorney general, weighs in.
Screeching Halt: A California lawmaker wants to "put the brakes" on high-speed police chases. But would a ban really save lives, or just give criminals a free pass?
Case for Murder? The body of college student Dru Sjodin has finally found. What clues will her body reveal to investigators and will it lead to murder charges against Alfonso Rodriguez? We'll speak with the police sergeant leading the investigation.
We'll have those stories and more!
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