The federal judge hearing the Microsoft antitrust case wants lawyers for Microsoft and nine states to focus on modifying competing penalty proposals rather than argue about their differences.
Is the end near for this historic case? Former White House counsel C. Boyden Gray offers insight.
We'll have the latest on the chaos in the Middle East. After the second suicide bombing in as many days, Israel says it's now prepared to fight fire with fire. But is military retaliation the only option? I'll ask General Paul Vallely, FOX News military analyst.
Plus, chances are when you retire you've still got another third of your life left to live. What are you gonna do with that time? Edgar Bronfman Sr. joins us to discuss his new book, The Third Act.
And, should airlines charge overweight passengers that cannot fit into one seat for two fares? We'll ask Robert Volmer, president of Washington-based PR firm Crosby-Volmer Communications.
If you live in the home of the Bronx Bombers, you might not be able to see the Yankees play on television. Whose fault is it? I'll ask Leo Hindery, chairman and CEO of the Yes Network.
All that, plus we'll have continuing coverage from around the globe as the War on Terror continues.
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