Peace summit; Stein murder suspect speaks out...

Behind The News
December 1, 2007 9:05:07 AM PST
The end of 2008. That is now the goal of the Middle East summit meeting at Annapolis. Is it coincidence that the timing just happens to be at the end of President Bush's tenure in the White House? Not in the slightest.

There was a great quote by a writer in the New York Times yesterday that peace in the Middle East is a high priority for every exiting and ex-President.

And, it could be added, it means a lot to the Israeli Prime Minister and the beleaguered Palestinian President.

We'll have the latest from the summit tonight at 11. Our N.J. Burkett is there.

Also at 11, we're hearing for the first time the taped confession of Natavia Lowery, the accused killer of celebrity real estate agent Linda Stein.

Lowery's attorneys now say the confession was coerced. You'll hear her words to detectives, tonight at 11.

And our investigative reporter Sarah Wallace has a frightening story about a local company that homeowners claim has been scamming them -- even though they said it sells themselves as a foreclosure rescue firm.

But now the company is under investigation because the homeowners say they have lost their homes to the firm that was supposed to save them.

We'll also have any breaking news of the night, plus Lee Goldberg's AccuWeather forecast and Scott Clark with the night's sports. I hope you can join Liz Cho and me, tonight at 11.