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Hurricanes Katrina and Rita sent energy prices soaring last month, causing the biggest monthly increase in more than 25 years. Will it cost consumers an arm and a leg to heat their homes this winter? Or is relief in sight? We'll ask New York Post business writer Tracy Byrnes.

Then, presidential adviser Karl Rove (search) is back in the hot seat, testifying before the grand jury in the CIA leak investigation for the fourth time. What will Bush do if his right-hand man is indicted? Brit Hume, FOX News' Washington, D.C. managing editor, weighs in.

And, new research shows obesity may begin at birth or in the first few years of life. According to a study in the British Medical Journal, big babies — or those who gain weight very quickly early on — are more likely to be obese as teens or adults. We'll get reaction from FOX News medical contributor Dr. Manny Alvarez.

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

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