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Actor and comedian Chris Tucker (search) testifies Wednesday in Michael Jackson's child molestation trial that he found the pop star's young accuser to be unusually sophisticated and cunning for a 12-year-old. The defense rested its case after Tucker's testimony — but is it ready to? Laura Ingle, KFI Radio reporter, gives us the latest outside the Santa Maria courthouse.

Then, how well did the defense do in presenting its case? We'll get the legal lowdown from criminal defense attorney, David Oblon, and former prosecutor, Arthur Aidala.

So-called runaway bride Jennifer Wilbanks (search) is indicted on one count of making false statements, a felony, and one count of falsely reporting a crime, a misdemeanor. But will she actually serve any time behind bars?

And, the Senate confirms Judge Priscilla Owen (search) to the federal bench. With two more of President Bush's judicial nominees set to face an up-or-down vote, what happens next? Juan Williams, NPR senior national correspondent and FOX News political analyst, weighs in.

Plus, imagine being able to buy something you see on a TV show with the click of your remote. It's the future of retailing — but what does this mean for you? Suzanne Kantra, senior technology editor for Popular Science magazine, gives us the lowdown.

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

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