On this Saturday... immigration remains a hot topic in Washington and across the country. As thousands of immigrants prepare to take part in a planned boycott on Monday, there are rumors spreading in many immigrant communities that the federal government is planning a crackdown on illegal immigrants. Some local police say there is no truth to those stories. Still, they have created more fear that illegal immigrants will be arrested and sent home. NBC's James Hattori will have that story.
Also tonight, gasoline. The price keeps rising and commuters are not happy about it. Tonight, we'll find out how its affecting commuters. NBC's Lisa Daniels is following that story.
There is new concern about Iran and its nuclear program. Iran wants to continue its program... but apparently is now ready for the International Atomic Energy Agency to renew inspections. But Iran wants the issue of its nuclear program taken out of the United Nations. NBC's Kevin Corke will have the latest.
Rush Limbaugh's attorney has worked out a deal with Florida prosecutors in his drug case. Limbaugh was arrested Friday. But the single charge of doctor shopping for drugs will be dropped if he continues his drug treament and stays out trouble for 18 months. We'll find out what it means for the famous radio talk show host. NBC's Michell Kosinski reports tonight.
And the music is playing again in New Orleans. It's time for Jazzfest and some big entertainers and some big crowds have come back to the city recovering from Katrina. Tonight, NBC's Martin Savidge from New Orleans.
That's where we stand right now. Of course, things could change. We hope you'll join us tonight.