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A Wisconsin man, who killed himself after being pulled over by police, may be a key link in the Chicago judge murder case. Are we closer to solving this case? We'll ask Rod Wheeler, former D.C. homicide investigator.
The accuser in the Michael Jackson (search) molestation trial takes the stand again. Will anything new be shed on the case? We'll get an update from Laura Ingle, KFI Radio reporter, outside the Santa Maria courtroom.
Then, former prosecutor, Sam Goldberg, and criminal defense attorney, Jeffrey Lichtman, expand on the accuser's testimony.
A secret FBI report states there are no known terrorist "sleeper cells" waiting to strike in the U.S. How sure can we be, and are we really safe? FOX News' Catherine Herridge has more from our Washington newsroom.
The images of people on the streets in Lebanon and ink-soaked fingers of Iraqi voters are not being ignored by Arab media. But do they have an impact on America's image in the Arab streets? We'll ask Said Arikat, the D.C. bureau chief for the Arab Newspaper Al Suds (search).
And, former President Bill Clinton (search) undergoes surgery Thursday. Will he have a speedy recovery? FOX News' Todd Connor, outside Clinton's hospital in NYC, updates us.
These stories and much more don't miss this edition of "Studio B"!
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Join Shepard Smith every Monday through Friday at 3 p.m. ET for FOX News Channel's daytime show "Studio B."
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