Chaos continues to reign in the Middle East and the turmoil is taking its toll on Wall Street.
Back-to-back suicide bombings pummeled the Dow and the Nasdaq, snuffing out mid-week rallies and sending both averages sliding into the red.
Will Mideast worries continue to spoil Wall Street's recovery? I'll have a complete report.
Plus, what is it like to live and work in a war zone? I'll ask Gila Weiss, suicide bomb survivor and Sumar Hawari, Ramallah resident.
And, where do the terrorists who do these horrible deeds get the money to do these horrible deeds? I'll ask FOX News military analyst Col. David Hunt.
Could the outlook for stocks remain bleak until September? Jim Awad, chairman of Awad Asset Management, and Bill Meade, managing director of RBC Captial Markets, join the debate.
Don’t look now, but the Internal Revenue Service is beginning to increase its investigations and audits. Do you have anything to be worried about? Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform, weighs in.
Plus, why is Vice President Dick Cheney so upset at his own team? The Weekly Standard's Bill Kristol explains.
All that, plus we'll have continuing coverage from around the globe as the War on Terror continues.
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