Topics and Guests: May 23

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For nearly two years, her life was a living nightmare. Now an explosive tell-all movie exposes her ill-fated love affair and real-life drama with a convicted killer! Amber Frey (search), Scott Peterson's former girlfriend, speaks out!

Plus, the father of two missing kids in Idaho failed a lie detector test — is he a suspect in their disappearance? And do police have any idea who killed three people in their home? We'll hear from the lead investigator, Captain Ben Wolfinger, of the Kootenai County Sheriff's office.

And, a cop is wanted for murder. Police are frantically searching for Victor Darryl Butler (search), the Las Vegas man who tried to kill his wife and two kids by setting them on fire. For the latest from the manhunt, we’ll talk with officer Tim Bedwell of the North Las Vegas Police Department.

Then, Jay Leno (search) is set to testify Tuesday in the Michael Jackson child molestation trial. Did the comedian get a suspicious phone call from Jackson’s accuser? Former San Francisco assistant district attorney Jim Hammer has the latest from the trial.

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