Topics and Guests for May 26

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Iraq's interior and defense ministers say they have information that Abu Musab al-Zarqawi (search) has been wounded — apparent confirmation of recent rumors that the Jordanian-born terrorist leader of Al Qaeda in Iraq was injured. But officials say they do not know how severe the injury might be. What does this mean for Iraq's most lethal insurgent group? We'll ask retired U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Donald Edwards, FOX News military analyst.

The day after the defense in Michael Jackson's molestation trial rested its case, the judge agrees to prosecutors' request that during their rebuttal case they be allowed to show the jury a videotape of a July 2003 law enforcement interview of the pop star's accuser to show that his story has been consistent. Could this damage the defense's case? We'll get the latest updates on the controversial trial from Laura Ingle, KFI Radio reporter, outside the Santa Maria courthouse.

Then, criminal defense attorney, Geoffrey Nathan, and former prosecutor, Arthur Aidala, weigh in.

And, a former Wall Street trader who rejoined the Marines after the Sept. 11 attacks will not be tried on murder charges for killing two suspected Iraqi insurgents. Will 2nd Lt. Ilario Pantano (search) be allowed to rejoin a combat unit? Judge Andrew Napolitano, FOX News' senior judicial analyst, weighs in.

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