A human skull and other bones were found Wednesday morning near the Klingle Mansion in Rock Creek Park, and investigators have told Fox News there is a strong possibility that they are the remains of missing intern Chandra Levy.
Could the Levy family's nightmare be over? You'll get a complete report from Greta van Susteren, host of On the Record. Or, is this a case of media overreaction? Eric Burns, host of FOX News Watch, weighs in.
We'll get reaction to the latest suicide bombing in Israel from FOX News correspondent Jennifer Griffin.
Merrill Lynch & Co. on Tuesday said it will pay $100 million to settle a probe by the New York State Attorney General into charges it tailored its stock research to win investment banking business. But could the Manhattan District Attorney's Office file fraud charges against some individual traders? I'll have a complete report.
As the Andersen trial enters its third week, could accounting reforms sweep the accounting industry? I'll ask former Fed Chairman Paul Volcker.
How are the markets handling the volatility created by terror warnings? Deutsche Bank's Joe Lavorgna and John Rogers, CEO of Ariel Mutual Funds, debate.
Plus, Airborne Express Chairman Carl Donoway drops by to discuss the company's plans for growth in the cutthroat world of business shipping.
And, Pres. Bush is met by protestors as he arrives in Germany. Is Europe a trusted partner in the war on terror? I'll ask Joseph Cirincione, from the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
All that, plus we'll have continuing coverage from around the globe as the War on Terror continues.
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