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The runaway bride, who is now home safely, initially reported that she was kidnapped. She later admitted that she fled Georgia due to cold feet about her upcoming wedding. So, could she be charged with reporting a false crime? We'll ask Keegan Federal, who served as an elected judge in the Superior Court of DeKalb County, Georgia.

A Michael Jackson associate cashed two big checks in early 2003 on an account controlled by him and Jackson, a bank official testifies Monday as prosecutors near the end of their presentation. So what's next in the controversial child molestation trial? Laura Ingle, KFI Radio reporter, has the latest outside the Santa Maria courthouse.

Then, former prosecutor, Arthur Aidala, and criminal defense attorney, Drew Findling, weigh in on the case the prosecution has presented thus far.

And, North Korea apparently test-fired a missile into the Sea of Japan Sunday, and Asian governments played down the significance of the missile test, saying it involved a short-range weapon unable to reach as far as Japan and with no link to the communist North's nuclear program. But should we be concerned? Michael O'Hanlon, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, gives us the lowdown.

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