Tomorrow's News Now: The Mourning After

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The cleanup operation begins Tuesday at Kensington Palace in London, where the mound of floral tributes to the late Princess of Wales has grown to the point where it can be seen from passing airplanes. As British officials beg the public to stop laying flowers, debate begins over the form that Tony Blair's proposed Diana memorial should take.

After a futile nine months, investigators in the JonBenet Ramsey murder case are turning to “Silence of the Lambs”-style investigators for advice: They will spend today and tomorrow seeking tips from profilers at the FBI's behavioral sciences unit in Quantico, Virginia. But not everyone in Boulder believes the feds can help crack an investigation whose trail is growing increasingly cold: District Attorney Alex Hunter gave the meetings a no-confidence vote last week, when he announced he would not attend.