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May 13th, 2009
05:59 AM ET

What’s on Tap – Wednesday May 13th, 2009

A troubling picture emerging this morning of the commuter plane that crashed near Buffalo, New York back in February.  Transcripts of the cockpit voice recorder are raising questions about the flight crew's competency and training.  Hear what the crew was talking about just minutes before the plane literally fell from the sky, killing all 49 on board and one on the ground.

We're learning more about the deadliest incidence of soldier-on-soldier violence in the six-year Iraq war.  An Army Sergeant is facing five counts of murder, accused of shooting five fellow servicemen at a military stress clinic in Baghdad.  This morning we're hearing from the victims' families and the father of the alleged shooter, who says the army's to blame for pushing his son over the edge.

Former Vice President Dick Cheney sparking a new flood of calls on our AMFIX hotline.  His criticism of Democrats and the Obama Administration angered people yesterday, but this morning the other side is making sure its voice is being heard.

A safety net that may not be there when you need it.  There’s growing concern that Social Security and Medicare may run out even sooner than expected because of this recession.  Will the president touch this political poison ivy?

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