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Did Paul van der Sloot (search) obstruct the Natalee Holloway investigation by asking one of his son Joran's friends what he told Aruban police during questioning regarding the missing Alabama teen? We'll ask Bob Strang, CEO of Investigative Management Group.

Then, the Supreme Court refuses to hear the case of two reporters who wouldn't hand over their sources about the leak of a CIA operative's name. Time magazine now agrees to turn over its reporter's notes in order to keep him out of jail. But will this effect journalists' work? Eric Burns, host of FOX News Watch, weighs in.

And, don't miss rock legend Bono join us to talk about the need for wealthy countries to help out with poverty in Africa.

These stories and much more including a visit to "Skinnerville." Don't miss today's edition of "Studio B"!

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