Should much say should Congress have over corporate America?

Could a new bill restore investor confidence in the stock market? I'll ask Sen. Paul Sarbanes, D-Md.

Could President Bush's popularity and effectiveness be impacted if corporate scandals continue? Marshall Wittmann of the Hudson Institute weighs in.

What does the future hold for WorldCom? I'll ask Ron Geffner, an attorney with Sadis and Goldberg and a former SEC enforcement attorney.

Plus, we'll take the market's temperature with John Challenger, CEO of Challenger, Gray and Christmas; Bernadette Murphy, chief market analyst at Kimelman and Baird and Bob Stovall, global strategist at Clemente Asset Management.

And, I'll discuss the future of Vivendi with Reese Schonfeld, founding president at CNN, and Porter Bibb, managing partner at Technology Partners.

How much would you pay for a new car? I'll sit down with Paul Halata, CEO of Mercedes Benz, to discuss the fanfare behind the launch of a new $300,000 model.

Plus, tech stocks are under heavy fire these days — can they climb out? I'll ask Techcentralstation.com's Jim Glassman, author of Dow 36,000.

And, could Martha Stewart's reputation rest on a piece of paper with the number 60 written on it? We'll explain.

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

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