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A packed commuter train jumps the tracks in western Japan and hurtles into an apartment complex, killing 50 people and injuring more than 417 others in the deadliest Japanese rail accident in four decades. What caused this deadly crash?

Then, authorities in Georgia continue to search for two missing toddlers and say they have no leads in the investigation. FOX News' Jonathan Serrie is live from Warrenton, Georgia with the latest updates in the desperate search.

Next, President Bush seeks relief from record-high gas prices and support for Middle East peace as he opens his Texas ranch to Crown Prince Abdullah (search) of Saudi Arabia, the world's largest oil producer. Bush is expected to ask for a straight answer on how much oil is left in the world. So how much is left? We'll ask Patricia Powell, president of Powell Financial Group.

And, prosecutors in the Michael Jackson molestation trial are expected to wrap up their case as early as the end of the week. But did the defense's heated cross-examination of the accuser's mother weaken the prosecution's case? Laura Ingle, KFI Radio reporter, gives us the latest on the controversial trial outside the Santa Maria courthouse.

Plus, former prosecutor, Steven Clark, and criminal defense attorney, Courtney Anderson, weigh in on the trial watched 'round the world.

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

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