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Two weeks to the day when terrorist attacks in London killed a total of 56 people, explosions struck three Underground stations and a bus Thursday afternoon.
At a press conference earlier today in London, the city's police commissioner confirmed that four explosions occurred in the subway and on a bus in the Hackney neighborhood of East London. None of the explosions appear to have detonated properly. Officials are hoping that the left-over explosives will provide a wealth of forensic evidence to help investigators hunt down the bombers.
We'll have the latest on the London attacks and we'll get analysis from terror expert Steve Emerson and Newsweek investigative reporter Michael Isikoff.
Plus, why are some Britons blaming Prime Minister Tony Blair for the terror attacks?! You just might not believe the answer!
And later, bestselling author Bernie Goldberg joins us in the No Spin Zone, for the second time this week. Tonight, he'll tell us what happened to him when he appeared on one of CNBC's prime time shows to talk about his new book, "100 People Who Are Screwing Up America".
These stories and much more including a brand-new edition of Bill's world famous "Talking Points Memo" and "The Most Ridiculous Item of the Day"!
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—The Associated Press contributed to this report.