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It's a race against time as thousands of firefighters work feverishly to prevent thousands of Southern California homes from being swallowed up by flames. Thanks to a change in the weather, crews have made significant progress Friday in containing the massive wildfire burning along the northwestern edge of Los Angeles. FOX's Anita Vogel is live with the latest.

Then, New York Times reporter Judith Miller (search) finally testifies Friday about her 2003 discussions with a top White House official on then-undercover CIA officer Valerie Plame. Now that the federal prosecutor got Miller before the grand jury, what's his next move? We'll get legal insight from Judge Andrew Napolitano, FOX News senior judicial analyst.

And, Hurricanes Katrina and Rita forced hundreds of thousands of people to leave their homes. For those who haven't returned or who don't have a home to go back to, what happens to their mail? We'll ask U.S. Postmaster General Jack Potter.

These stories and much more today on "Studio B"!

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