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A landslide sends six expensive homes and a section of street crashing down a hillside and damages a dozen or more other houses in Laguna Beach, California. At least two people have been taken to a hospital for treatment of minor injuries, but crews were apparently able to evacuate many other residents before the hillside collapsed. We'll have the latest on the California disaster.
Then, the Washington Post confirmed Tuesday that W. Mark Felt (search), the former No. 2 at the FBI, is "Deep Throat" — the famous source credited with helping unravel Richard Nixon's presidency. But was Felt a hero or a villain? Brit Hume, FOX News' Washington, D.C. managing editor, weighs in.
And, alternative sentencing has become a popular option among some judges. One judge in Kentucky has sentenced a drug convict to either go to jail, go to rehab or go to church. But is this a violation of church and state? We'll get the legal lowdown from Judge Andrew Napolitano, FOX News' senior judicial analyst.
Plus, the judge in Michael Jackson's (search) child molestation trial said jurors may consider allegations of past wrongdoing against the pop star as long as they conclude the allegations are true. But could this kill the defense's case?
These stories and much more. Don't miss this edition of "Studio B"!
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