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In one of the most violent days in Iraq since the elections, terrorists target a religious festival and kill at least two-dozen people. The attacks happened outside two mosques in Baghdad (search). We'll get a live update.

Why is Russian President Vladimir Putin (search) convinced that Iran does not have nuclear weapons? We'll investigate whether we can take his word for it.

President Bush (search) delivers one of his campaign promises, signing a bill that will limit multi-million dollar class action lawsuits filed against companies.

Plus, he's been nominated by the president to take charge of America's information gathering. If the Senate signs off on John Negroponte, what will be his first order of business as national intelligence director?

No criminal charges for actor Bill Cosby (search). Prosecutors say there is not enough credible evidence to claims from Andrea Constand.

And, the deadly tsunami that ripped through South Asia in December may have unearthed an ancient city off the coast of India.

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

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