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John Edwards may have been caught in another lie. The former presidential candidate has already admitted to an extramarital affair. Now the New York Times reports he may soon admit he fathered a child with his former mistress, which he denied last year. The child is now 19 months old. And, his mistress is reportedly moving to North Carolina, near Edwards' beach house. That's not all. There's also the report that Edwards told his mistress he would marry her after his wife died of cancer. Joe Johns is in North Carolina working this story for us. And, we'll talk with a friend of Edwards' former lover. There's also the legal fight. A federal grand jury is looking at whether Edwards used campaign cash to pay off his mistress. That would be illegal.
Also tonight, a warning from the top commander of the war in Afghanistan. Gen. Stanley McChrystal says the mission will fail unless the strategy changes and more troops are brought in. We'll talk it over with Peter Bergen, Michael Ware and Author Rory Stewart.
We'll also take you to California where investigators are searching for bones on the property of kidnapping suspect Phillip Garrido. He's pleaded not guilty to charges he held Jaycee Dugard captive for 18 years. Police are now looking at whether he's connected to the disappearance of two other girls in the late 1980s. As for what life was like inside Garrido's home we're uncovered new, bizarre details on the suspect. Dan Simon gives you an up close look at the black box Garrido kept in his home. It's part of our weeklong series on suspects in high profile crimes.
And, on a lighter note, from runway model to talk show TV host, Tyra Banks has shown hundreds of hairstyles over the years. But nothing compares to what she sported when talking with CNN's Larry King.
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