Join Shepard Smith every Monday through Friday at 3 p.m. ET for FOX News Channel's newest daytime show, Studio B.

We'll bring you the biggest stories of the day, including interviews with today's top newsmakers. Become part of the mix and get your voice — heard... drop us an email at studiob@foxnews.com.

Stories for Monday, 
May 19:

• A homicide bomber blows herself up at the entrance to a shopping center in the northern Israeli town of Afula (search), killing three people and injuring more than a dozen others.

FNC Correspondent Jennifer Griffin will be live from Jerusalem with the latest.

Plus Palestinian President Yasser Arafat (search) has been under a lot of pressure for the latest round of deadly attacks in Israel.

He picked up the phone to FOX News, and spoke with our very own Rita Cosby. Hear what he had to say about the renewed violence and President Bush’s roadmap to Mideast peace (search).

We'll also talk to Natan Sharansky, former deputy prime minister of Israel. What will it take to make the U.S.-backed plan work?

• We’re going to battle the war on terror until it's defeated… that pledge coming from President Bush and Philippine President Gloria Arroyo (search) today in Washington. 

White House Correspondent Wendell Goler will be live from the north lawn with the details.

• President Bush's press secretary has decided to step down. FNC's Washington Managing Editor Brit Hume will have more on Ari Fleischer (search)'s plans and his White House legacy.

• The head of the U.N.'s nuclear watchdog agency appeals to the U.S. to let his experts back into the country, saying a nuclear emergency may be developing in Iraq.

We'll discuss the situation with Jon Wolfsthal, deputy director of the Non-Proliferation Project at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. 

• Why is a children's agency funding a study of the sex lives of older men?

Rep. Dave Weldon, R-Fla., will explain.

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

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