A guilty verdict was delivered Saturday against Arthur Andersen for obstructing justice by interfering with the Securities and Exchange Commission's investigation into Enron's collapse.

I'll sit down with Andersen's lead attorney Rusty Hardin to find out what went wrong.

Plus, forget those shredded files, I'll ask Andersen trial jury foreman Dr. Oscar Criner, what the real smoking gun was.

How would a return to budget deficits impact policy in Washington and stocks on Wall Street? FOX News Washington managing editor Brit Hume weighs in.

Are home prices set to tumble? Rob Stein, managing partner of Astor Asset Management, joins the debate.

Plus, will Martha Stewart be dragged down by the ImClone scandal? Advertising executive Jerry Della Femina thinks the media should leave the home design and decorating icon alone. I'll ask him why.

And, I'll explore the rise and impact of the hip hop industry with David Mays, founder of The Source magazine.

All that, plus we'll have continuing coverage from around the globe as the War on Terror continues.

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