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Justice Sandra Day O'Connor (search), the first woman appointed to the Supreme Court, hands in her letter of resignation after 24 years on the high court. Will President Bush nominate another woman for the prestigious position? Don't miss FOX's thorough coverage of O'Connor's surprise retirement.

Then, during her 24 years on the Supreme Court, Justice Sandra Day O'Connor was the make-or-break vote on dozens of key decisions. Eugene Volokh, a former clerk for Justice O'Connor, joins us with more insight on the newly retired justice's influential career on the Supreme Court.

And, Aruba's attorney general says police have found no evidence to suggest Natalee Holloway (search) is dead, but that she can prosecute the case even if the Alabama teen's body is never found. Has the investigation into the mysterious disappearance of Natalee Holloway gone cold? Steven Rambam, private investigator and director of the Pallorium Investigative Agency, weighs in.

Plus, traditionally, Thanksgiving and Christmas are the busiest travel times of the year. But AAA says there could be more Americans than ever before traveling this Fourth of July weekend. We'll get the lowdown on what you need to know before you hit the roads this holiday weekend from Mantill Williams, AAA National Director of Public Affairs.

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

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