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• A previously undisclosed 9/11 Commission report says the FAA received 52 warnings from April to September 10, 2001 that Al Qaeda wanted to attack airlines, but did nothing to boost security
• Ten days after suffering breathing spasms, Pope John Paul II (search) is released from a hospital in Rome
• The British Royal Family announces that Prince Charles will marry his longtime lover, Camilla Parker Bowles in April
• President Bush is on the road, pushing his plan for an overhaul of Social Security (search)
Plus, North Korea (search) defiantly told the world Thursday it does have nuclear weapons and that it's not interested in restarting disarmament talks anytime soon. How does that impact how we deal with the rogue nation? We'll ask Michael O'Hanlon, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution.
And, ever wonder what it would be like to host your own radio show? Suzanne Kantra, senior technology editor for Popular Science magazine, explains how broadcasting your ideas just got a whole lot easier.
These stories and much more don't miss this edition of "Studio B"!
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