September 15, 2009
Posted: 1802 GMT
A quick note today because it's a full show and we are moving stories around the rundown until the last minute.
We'll start with more reaction to the U.N. Goldstone report that accuses both Israel and armed Palestinian groups of having committed war crimes during last January's conflict in the Gaza strip. We will cross live to Jerusalem and speak like to the head of the International Bar Association for more on the legal aspects of the document.
We are planning to go live to Baghdad, where mortars landed inside the heavily fortified "Green Zone" where U.S. Vice President Joe Biden is currently on a visit.
Chris Lawrence is travelling with the Vice President and will join us on the line.
In the business world, the Chairman of the Federal Reserve has said we are most likely at the end of the recession that has cost the American economy so many jobs and brought the world financial system to its knees. We'll go to Wall Street for market reaction.
Plus, the latest poll numbers on what American think about the war in Afghanistan. Support for American involvement in Afghanistan has been plummeting in recent months. We'll talk to our deputy political editor Paul Steinhauser in Washington.
Plus a look back at the life and career of Patrick Swayze. His death at 57 really saddened me. I loved him in "Dirty Dancing," loved him in "Ghost" and all who knew him said he was an all-around great guy.
All those stories and a lot more so tune in at 9pm CET!
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