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Jury Selection: We’ll show you the bizarre scene at the Michael Jackson trial (search) as the pop star arrives at the courthouse for a second day of jury selection. Anita Vogel has a report from the courthouse.
Controversial Prof: “DaySide” has news about the college professor who says victims of the 9/11 attacks were not "innocent civilians," but "military targets." Ward Churchill (search), the professor, amid outcry over his statements has just resigned as department chair at the University of Colorado (search), but he’s still teaching. Correspondent Carol McKinley is following the story from Denver.
Death Benefit Increase: For military families who have lost a loved one in the war zone, the Pentagon is announcing a major increase in the so-called "death benefits." Bret Baier is live at the Pentagon with details.
Heart Health: First Lady Laura Bush (search) sat down with Carl Cameron on the eve of the president’s State of the Union address. We’ll find out how President Bush is preparing for Wednesday’s address and hear about the first lady’s push for women to get healthy and learn the risks of heart disease throughout February’s American Heart Month (search).
Can Divorce Be Fair? When couples divorce, do men end up getting the short stick? A New York judge says yes and some feminists are outraged! We’ll have the details.
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