Published January 13, 2015
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Still jittery from the terror bombings last week, Londoners return to work on the subway and bus network that was targeted four days earlier. But could this be just the beginning? Brian Levin of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University weighs in.
Then, Karl Rove, one of President Bush's closest political advisors, reveals to Time magazine that Valerie Plume (search) worked for the CIA. Will President Bush fire Rove, as he said he would fire anyone who blew a CIA officer's cover? We'll ask Washington Post columnist Jeff Birnbaum.
And, jury selection in the Vioxx trial begins. We'll get the lowdown on the upcoming battle from Judge Andrew Napolitano, FOX News' senior judicial analyst.
Plus, the countdown is officially on! Discovery (search) is set to make its first flight in four years on Wednesday. We're live in Cape Canaveral with the latest.
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