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Homemaking guru Martha Stewart (search) won a significant victory in court today. A federal judge threw out the most serious charge against her, the count accusing her of securities fraud in her insider trading case. The judge said that prosecutors had failed to present sufficient evidence to allow the jury to decide the matter. The case is expected to go to the jury next week. Stock in Stewart's Martha Stewart Omnimedia jumped nine percent on the news.
What does today's decision mean for Stewart? We'll ask our legal eagles to go on the record!
Then, we'll bring you a special Oscar (search) preview. Who's hot? What dark horse nominee could walk away with Hollywood's most coveted prize? Greta sits down with "In Touch" magazine's Tom O'Neill, "Star" magazine's Joe Dolce and entertainment radio talk show host Jeanne Wolf.
These stories and much, more more!
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--The Associated Press contributed to this story.