Topics and Guests for Friday, May 16

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Stories for Friday, 
May 16:

• State Department announces more terror attacks on Americans could be ahead. It warns U.S. citizens in Saudi Arabia (search) to take extra precautions.

We have the latest from correspondent Wendell Goler reporting from the White House.

Plus, what does this mean to you? And what is the progress of the war on terror? We ask FOX News contributor and retired Lt. Col. Bill Cowan.

• Gruesome details emerge of Laci Peterson's (search) slaying, but the cause of death remains unknown.

We find out from correspondents Adam Housley in Modesto, Calif., and Rita Cosby why medical examiners seem unable to pinpoint the exact reason the 8-months-pregnant woman died.

• First they were suspended, and now they have been criminally charged in connection with a high school hazing incident (search) in suburban Chicago.

Correspondent Jeff Goldblatt reports on the 12 girls and three boys who face misdemeanor battery charges.

• Secretary of State Colin Powell meets with German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder to discuss lifting U.N. sanctions against Iraq.

Powell says: "We talked about the disagreement of the past and the seriousness of that disagreement, but we also talked about that which pulls us together, as friends and allies for these many years."

Can the differences be overcome? Martin Wagner of the German Public Radio has something to say about this.

All of this... and more on Studio B With Shepard Smith at 3 p.m. ET.

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