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Jan. 19:

The news begins anew with "Studio B"...

• A vehicle full of explosives is detonated outside the Australian embassy in Baghdad, killing at least two people.

We'll have Team FOX coverage of that incident, plus other violence on the ground from correspondents Andrew Stack in Iraq's capital and Bret Baier at the Pentagon.

We'll also talk about America's post-election exit strategy with Michael O'Hanlon, a senior fellow in foreign policy studies at the Brookings Institution (search).

• Security in our nation's capital will be at the "highest level of any inauguration" when President Bush is sworn-in to his 2nd term tomorrow.

It's the first presidential inauguration since the worst attacks on American soil, and the head of the Secret Service says, "We don't want to leave anything to chance."

FNC's James Rosen and Catherine Herridge will be in D.C. with more on the preparations.

We'll also hear from Joseph Russo, special agent in charge of former President Clinton's protective division.

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

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