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Besides Larry King (live), we're also following several other news stories here at "Piers Morgan Tonight" that may turn into segments in our live show at 9pmET. Here's a look at what we're looking into:
• Reports continue to stream out of Libya. Here's one of the latest from CNN: "Even as Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi called on the military to crack down on anti-government protesters, reports came in Wednesday that a military aircraft had crashed because the crew refused to carry out bombing orders." See more below:
• Is Lindsay Lohan headed back to jail? A judge says jail is the likely option for her latest legal woes,
• Despite a rising death toll, rays of hope emerge from New Zealand: "A woman was pulled from earthquake ruins Wednesday in one of New Zealand's largest cities, bringing a rare ray of hope as rescuers frantically searched for survivors. Ann Bodkin took cover under her desk when the 6.3-magnitude quake struck Tuesday in Christchurch, killing at least 75 people. She had been trapped in her office building for 24 hours."
• A former NFL player who had concerns about his own brain injuries committed suicide last week: "The toll of repeated head blows and injuries loomed over football after the death last week of former NFL player, Dave Duerson. Duerson, a former Chicago Bears safety who was a key member of the team's legendary defense, was found dead Thursday in Florida. He was 50. Duerson shot himself in the chest, which kept his brain intact for examination for a debilitating brain injury called chronic traumatic encephalopathy, known as CTE."