President Bush wants terror master Usama bin Laden toe-tagged by Sept. 11, 2002 — the first anniversary of the attacks that killed thousands of Americans in New York and Washington.
But is the president setting himself up for failure by setting a deadline? David Corn, Washington editor of The Nation magazine and Fox News contributor, and Major Bob Bevelacqua, former Green Beret and Fox News military analyst, join the debate.
Plus, is your portfolio taking a hit as the investigation into the ImClone scandal continues? It is if you own stock in Martha Stewart Omnimedia. How much longer will the investigation last and how can you protect yourself? I'll have a complete report.
President Bush surprised most Mideast watchers today with the timing and scope of his plan to establish a Palestinian state.But will his plan work? I'll ask Brit Hume, Washington managing editor of FOX News.
Is lack of investor faith resulting in lack of investor appetite for stocks? Sam Stovall, senior investment strategist at Standard and Poor's and Phil Dow, director of equity strategy at RBC Dain Rauscher, weigh in.
Does Amtrak need or deserve another government bailout? I'll ask the Cato Institute's Ed Hudgins.
Wildfires have set the West ablaze. What will be the economic impact of the infernos? I'll ask Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz.
And, should Catholics in America withhold donations to their Church until there is visible progress in the sex scandal? I'll ask Edward Ricci, West Palm Beach fundraiser and parishoner.
And, how is the falling dollar impacting travelers, importers, exporters and factories in the United States? I'll ask global traveler Jim Rogers, president of JimRogers.com.
All that, plus we'll have continuing coverage from around the globe as the War on Terror continues.
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