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An autopsy report reveals that Terri Schiavo (search) died from dehydration and was not abused before her 1990 collapse. Dr. Steven Garner, of St. Vincent Catholic Medical Center, joins us to break down the medical jargon from the Pinellas-Pasco medical examiner.

Then, authorities begin searching the home of Joran Van Der Sloot (search), the 17-year-old son of a Dutch official who was one of the last known people to see missing Alabama teen Natalee Holloway alive. Will the search of Van Der Sloot's home yield any new evidence in Natalee's mysterious disappearance? Howard Safir, former NYC police commissioner and CEO of SafirRosetti, weighs in.

And, the United States is working with the European Union to stop Iran's nuclear program. But many experts say it's already too late. Are we headed towards a nuclear showdown with Iran? We'll ask Ken Timmerman, author of "Countdown to Crisis."

Plus, 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.

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

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