It could be the strangest tour in history: the Treasury Secretary a rock super star are on a four-nation fact-finding mission in Africa.
One half of this dynamic duo, U2's Bono, joins me to explain why he's there, what he's found and what it's like to bunk with Paul O'Neill.
As President Bush travels to Russia he issued a warning to Moscow, urging President Vladimir Putin to cease Russia's nuclear assistance to Iran. Will Russian listen? Joe Cirincione, nuclear expert with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, weighs in.
How are the markets reacting to the threat of further terror attacks in the United States? Neil Hennessey of the Hennessey Cornerstone Growth Fund and Siebert Financial Corp.'s Muriel Siebert offer insight.
Terrorist attacks continue to rock Israel. Is the Middle East about to slide into chaos again? I'll ask Chief Palestinian Representative Hasan Abdl Rahman.
Did the media overhype the connection between Chandra Levy and Gary Condit? Robert Lichter from the Center for Media and Public Affairs, and William McGowan, author of Coloring the News, debate.
Plus, as the Memorial Day holiday weekend approaches, I'll look at the state of the security of our homeland.
And, why did the USO name Georgette Mosbacher as its Woman of the Year? Find out, when I ask her.
All that, plus we'll have continuing coverage from around the globe as the War on Terror continues.
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