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At 5:20 Amanda and I talked about the news that the death of Michael Jackson is now being called a homicide because of the lethal dose of drugs found in his body. Charges may be filed and Jackson's doctor, who is at the epicenter of the controversy, is already backpedaling. To hear more, click here.
At 5:40 we talked with the author of "Legacy of Ashes, a History of The CIA" Tim Weiner about the Obama administration pursuing possible charges for interrogation techniques employed by the CIA during the Bush administration. He said he actually feels sorry for the men and women put in the position of using harsh techniques to elicit information from detainees. To hear more, click here.
At 6:20 we had our weekly chat with Sam Donaldson and asked him about the President's vacation and the uproar over CIA interrogations. To hear Sam's take, click here.
At 6:40 we talked with Dr. Marie Savard, ABC's medical consultant, about the projections that up to 50% of the population will be infected with the swine flu and 90,000 Americans may die from the H1N1 virus. She says this is definitely a worst case scenario. To hear more, click here.
At 8:40 we talked with Utah House Speaker David Clark about the possibility of a tax hike next year to offset a projected 700 million dollar deficit. They are looking at all the options of where they can cut and where a tax hike mighty be the only way out. To hear more, click here.