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The GM strike keeps rolling while an arbitrator hears arguments Wednesday on the company's motion to have the walkout ruled illegal. That's not likely, and some union officials now believe the strike could last through September.

First the Zapruder film comes to the local video store, and now this: The National Archives and Records Administration will make public additional materials on the assassination of President Kennedy, including FBI files on Sam Giancana and the CIA file on Lee Harvey Oswald.

Fired Cincinnati Enquirer reporter Michael Gallagher learns whether he can avoid testifying before a grand jury about allegations that he stole voicemail records from Chiquita.

And finally, Robert Rubin spends his day before the Senate Finance Committee testifying on the future of Social Security.