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July 21st, 2009
05:52 AM ET

What’s on Tap – Tuesday July 21, 2009

In this photo, reviewed by the US military, an American flag waves, pictured through a broken window from inside a vacant airplane hangar used for media activities at Camp Justice, site of the US war crimes tribunal compound at Guantanamo Bay US Naval Base, Cuba, Thursday, July 16, 2009. (AFP/Getty Images)
In this photo, reviewed by the US military, an American flag waves, pictured through a broken window from inside a vacant airplane hangar used for media activities at Camp Justice, site of the US war crimes tribunal compound at Guantanamo Bay US Naval Base, Cuba, Thursday, July 16, 2009. (AFP/Getty Images)

Here are the big stores and guests lined up for today:

A six-month setback and a big backlash.  The White House admits it will miss today's deadline for two terrorism reports.  The info is a key part of a plan to shut down Guantanamo Bay.  And the president is hearing it from the left this morning.  So what does this mean for the president's executive order to close the prison camp by January?

Friends and family of a soldier captured by the Taliban are telling him to "stand tall and stand firm," this morning.  His entire town is rallying around the family and the Pentagon says it's doing everything it can to rescue Private Bowe Bergdahl.  We're live at the Pentagon with the latest, and talking to the kidnapped soldier's former landlord and family spokesman.

Two rivals going at it again over the status of the stimulus.  Senator John McCain is joining in a fight between his state and the Obama Administration, over stimulus spending.  He’ll join us live from Capitol Hill.


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