Here's What We're Planning for Tomorrow:
Bin Laden's Tape
The most wanted man in the world presented himself in the form of a video today. The videotape message was Osama bin Laden's first in tape form in three years. President Bush reacted to the tape from the APEC conference in Australia. He said this is a reminder "of the dangerous world in which we live." We will have more on this story tomorrow.
Madeleine's Parents Now Suspects?
Are they complying with Portuguese law? Or did the parents of Madeleine McCann really have something to do with the disappearance of their daughter. Portuguese police questioned the parents after traces of blood were found in the family's rental car. We will have the latest on the story this weekend.
This week we brought you the story of the mother in Ohio who left her daughter in a car for eight hours. The day of nearly 100-degree temperature outside was deadly for the 2-year-old inside the car. It could undoubtedly be the worst nightmare of a parent. And while it may have been a true accident, how does a parent get over the guilt of leaving their child in a car? Tomorrow we will talk to one couple that went through such a tragedy themselves.
Other Stories Planned:
- Sat: Market Plunges After Bad Jobs Numbers
- Sat: Latest on the Search for Steve Fossett
- Sat: Developments in the Case of the Missing BYU Student
- Sat: Lester's Trip To Africa
- Sun: Oprah Hosts Obama Fundraiser
- Sun: Today at Work: How To Quit Without Burning Bridges
- Sun: How Did Amy Spend Her summer?
We'll keep you posted if anything changes. Otherwise, see you in the morning.
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