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Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld (search) pays a surprise visit to U.S. and Iraqi troops in Mosul. How is the training of Iraqi security forces coming along? We'll get a report from FOX News' John Cookson in Baghdad.

The White House rejects a fresh demand from North Korea (search) for bilateral talks on nuclear disarmament. Is this the best way to handle the confrontation? Wendell Goler, FOX News White House correspondent, reports.

Is the Democratic National Committee ready for chairman Howard Dean? We’ll ask FOX News' Major Garrett.

Did an Oregon man use a chat room to plan a mass suicide on Valentine's Day? FOX News' Dan Springer investigates.

Plus, is space tourism worth the risk? We'll ask Gregg Maryniak, executive director of the X Prize Foundation and spokesman with the Personal Space Flight Industry Federation.

And, we'll pay tribute to incredible life and career of playwright Arthur Miller (search).

These stories and much more don't miss this edition of "Studio B"!

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