I'll sit down with Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill to discuss the health of the United States' economy, the future of the U.S. dollar and the criticism he has received from Europe.
As the death toll continues to mount in the Middle East, it appears that peace is fast becoming a pipe dream. But are there lessons to be learned from the conflict in Northern Ireland? I'll ask Rep. Peter King, R-NY.
Should the U.S. consider deploying troops along its borders to secure the homeland? I'll ask Rep. Tom Tancredo, R-Colo., why he thinks the Army should be standing guard.
Her stock is sinking. Her supporters are abandoning her. I'll ask Rep. Peter Deustch, D-Fla., why a congressional committee wants to subpoena Martha Stewart.
To cut or to raise? Is Alan Greenspan in a box when it comes to interest rates? Peter Cardillo, president and chief market strategist at Global Partner Securities, and Bryan Piskorowski, first vice president at Prudential Financial, debate.
Plus, the World Cup is the world’s biggest sporting event and going for the gold has many people trying to cash in on the green. But could excessive gambling put some economies in the red? Wayne Allyn Root, chairman and CEO of Global Sports and Entertainment, weighs in.
And, Susan Casey, editor in chief of Sports Illustrated Women, reveals the 75 sexiest male athletes.
All that, plus we'll have continuing coverage from around the globe as the War on Terror continues.
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