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A man facing rape charges opens fire in an Atlanta courtroom, killing Judge Rowland Barnes (search) and two others. Are judges being targeted lately or are we just hearing more about it?

Then, after Friday's courthouse massacre in Atlanta, how safe are our courtrooms nationwide? Patrick Brosnan, president of The Brosnan Group security firm and former NYPD detective, weighs in.

Plus, three federal judges have been killed in U.S. history. With Friday's courtroom tragedy and the recent slaying of a Chicago judge's family, are judges worried about their safety? We'll ask Judge Andrew Napolitano, FOX News' senior judicial analyst.

Millions of students across the nation will encounter a huge change in the SATs Saturday. What's in store for these college-bound students? Dr. Richard Atkinson, president emeritus at University of California, fills us in.

And, former prosecutor, Sam Goldberg, and criminal defense attorney, Courtney Anderson, wrap up a wild week in the Michael Jackson trial.

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

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