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Stories for Thursday, Jan. 9:

• There's no evidence that Iraq has or is developing weapons of mass destruction, the chief U.N. weapons inspectors were expected to tell the Security Council Thursday morning. Hans Blix and Mohamed ElBaradei were expected to say, however, that Baghdad's arms declaration is incomplete and contains inconsistencies, U.N. diplomats and officials said Wednesday. Retired Army Major Dana Dillon, Army Intelligence Specialist weighs in on Iraq.

• After an intense manhunt, police early Thursday morning captured Sherry Murphy, the woman sought in a Newark, N.J. child-abuse case involving a 7-year-old boy whose body was found stuffed in a plastic storage bin. According to police Lt. Derek Glenn, Murphy was found sleeping at around 2 a.m. in a Newark apartment. Police said it was not her apartment, but offered no further details. How did these children slip through the system? Lisa Clampitt, former NYC child protective caseworker on that question and more.

• The flight data recorder and cockpit voice recorder for a commuter plane that crashed in North Carolina Wednesday were recovered and are being analyzed by investigators. "Both were burned, but it does appear they were in decent shape," said John Goglia, a National Transportation Safety Board member.

And FOX’s Brett Baier takes us for a look inside the Pentagon.

These stories ... and more on Studio B With Shepard Smith at 3 p.m. ET.

Note: Topics subject to change