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Authorities free two former hotel security guards detained after Natalee Holloway's disappearance, intensifying the focus on three young suspects. Are these three young boys the last people to see Natalee alive? Joe Cardinale, former NYPD Squad Commander, weighs in on the mystery behind Natalee's vanishing.
Then, Michael Jackson (search) is found not guilty on all 10 counts against him. So what's next for the "King of Pop"?
And, many companies are dumping traditional pension plans and now more firms are turning to 401(k) plans to help their employees. But will your 401(k) be enough for your retirement? Patricia Powell, president of the Powell Financial Group, weighs in.
Plus, could a Senate energy bill increase oil and gasoline production and, therefore, reduce our dependence on foreign oil? We'll ask Jim Angle, FOX News' chief Washington correspondent.
These stories and much more. Don't miss this edition of "Studio B"!
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