As Tiger Woods continues his assault on the record books, Nike Golf continues its march toward domination of the recreational golf market.
Since hitching the success of the Nike brand to Tiger Woods, and resigning him to a 5-year endorsement contract worth more than $100 million, Nike Golf equipment is flying off the shelves. I'll sit down with Chris Mike, marketing director of Nike Golf, to discuss the company's strategy.
In a Your World exclusive, I'll be joined by House Minority Leader Rep. Dick Gephardt, D-Mo., to talk about the future of prescription drugs and homeland security.
We'll continue to track the Sam Waskal story. Will the ImClone scandal deal another blow to investor confidence? Rep. Diana DeGette, D-Colo., weighs in.
And could Martha Stewart be tarnished by the ImClone scandal? Bob Dilenschneider, president of the Dilenschneider Group, offers damage control advice.
When the dust finally settles, how much will the current sex scandal cost the U.S. Catholic Church? I'll ask Dr. Francis Butler, president of Foundations and Donors Interested in Catholic Activities, and Fr. John Catoir, former president of the Catholic Press Association.
Plus, how did President Bush avoid what could have been an enormous backlash from revelations that his administration might have had warning signs pointing to a possible terrorist attack? Dick Morris, former adviser to President Clinton and author of Power Plays, weighs in.
And, was it a case of racial profiling gone overboard, or was the airline just doing its job? I'll ask Mohammed Ali Ahmed and his attorney Jim Harrington why they are suing American Airlines.
All that, plus we'll have continuing coverage from around the globe as the War on Terror continues.
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