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Iran threatens to block inspections of its nuclear sites if confronted by the U.N. Security Council because of its atomic activities. The hard-line president reaffirms his country's intention to produce nuclear energy. We'll get reaction from Frank Gaffney, former assistant secretary of defense and author of "War Footing."

Then, a new Maryland law means Wal-Mart will pay more in health care for its employees. FOX's Dagen McDowell has the details.

Plus, the brutal beating of a 7-year old girl renews concerns about how well the child welfare system protects kids. Pete Moses, CEO of The Children's Aid Society, weighs in.

And, you don’t want to miss this! Can dogs help detect early signs of cancer? We'll ask Dr. Harold Burstein, WebMD.com medical editor.

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