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U.S. troops backed by attack helicopters clash with militants in a Mosul (search) neighborhood Tuesday. In Baghdad, gunmen kill a Shiite Muslim cleric, and two missing Sunni clerics are found shot dead. Will the Iraqi government stay strong in cracking down on religious violence?
A social worker takes the stand in the Michael Jackson (search) molestation case, claiming that the accuser's family praised the pop star in an interview with child welfare. Will the social worker's testimony damage the prosecution's case? We'll get the latest from Laura Ingle, KFI Radio reporter, outside the Santa Maria courthouse.
Then, former California prosecutor, Steven Clark, and criminal defense attorney, Drew Findling, weigh in.
And, Sony is set to unveil its PlayStation 3 (search) at the upcoming gaming convention in Los Angeles. They say it's more than just a video game system — it's the centerpiece of your living room. We'll get the scoop on the long-awaited PS3 from Sam Kennedy, editor-in-chief of www.1up.com.
Plus, the filibuster fight heats up on Capitol Hill! John Fortier, research fellow at American Enterprise Institute, weighs in.
These stories and much more don't miss this edition of "Studio B"!
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