Published January 13, 2015
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President Bush outlines a $7.1 billion plan to protect the U.S. from a bird flu (search) outbreak, including $1.2 billion to stockpile vaccines for 20 million Americans. Is this enough? Will the U.S. be ready for a deadly bird flu outbreak? Dr. Steven Garner of New York Methodist Hospital weighs in.
Then, opening statements begin in a second murder trial for an ex-model's Las Vegas death. Why was a mistrial declared the first time around? We'll get the legal lowdown from criminal defense attorney Geoffrey Nathan and former prosecutor John Kelly.
And, controlling the uncontrollable. Could the U.S. military use weather as a weapon one day? We'll get insight from Leonard David, senior space writer for Space.com.
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