Tonight we have breaking news on the Michael Jackson death investigation. The focus is all on Jackson's personal physician. For the first time officially, Dr. Conrad Murray is being directly connected to the drug that may have killed the "King of Pop." Once again, 360's Randi Kaye is revealing new details on the investigation for you tonight. Don't miss her report.
Also tonight, new developments in the arrest of distinguished Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. The professor and the police officer have two different takes on what happened 10 days ago when Gates was arrested for disorderly conduct after breaking into his own home. We have new insight on what happened that night from the 911 phone call that started this whole thing. We'll play part of the 911 tape for you and let you be the judge. Did cops do the right or wrong thing?
And, the NFL is reinstating quarterback Michael Vick with conditions. After serving nearly two years in prison for bankrolling a dogfighting operation the NFL says Vick's "margin of error is extremely limited". If he can find a team that will sign him, he must follow these conditions: He can participate in all preseason practices and two preseason games. But he won't be eligible to play in the regular season until October pending full reinstatement by the league. Do you agree with the commissioners decision? Share your thoughts below.
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