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One of at least three missiles fired from a poor neighborhood in Jordan narrowly misses a U.S. Navy ship docked at the city's port, but leaves one Jordanian soldier dead and another wounded. An Al Qaeda-linked group is claiming responsibility in an Internet statement. We'll get reaction from retired U.S. Navy Capt. Chuck Nash, a FOX News military analyst.
Then, newly released documents reveal that Judge John Roberts (search) supported the creation of a national identification card and opposed programs to promote affirmative action and equal pay for women when he worked in the Reagan White House. How will these records affect Robert's Supreme Court confirmation process? Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer weighs in.
And, deliberations continue in the nation's first Vioxx-related civil trial. Did prosecutors convince the jury that Vioxx (search) caused the man's death? We'll ask Seth Berenzweig, business and personal injury litigator.
Plus, are terrorists recruiting U.S. prisoners? FOX News' Anita Vogel has the story.
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