President Bush delivered a speech on Wall Street that he hoped would restore "consumer and investor confidence in our markets and in the integrity of corporate America" after a string of corporate scandals.
Bush proposed a new federal investigative entity to pursue and prosecute large-scale corporate fraud.
I'll sit down with Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill to discuss the details of the president's plan.
You'll also get reaction from Senate Minority Leader Trent Lott, R-Miss., and former SEC Chairman Richard Breeden.
And, former Democrat vice presidential nominee Geraldine Ferraro, the Cato Institute's Steve Moore and Fox News financial analyst Hilary Kramer debate whether the president went far enough.
Plus, I'll be joined by former Worldcom employee Cara Alcanter and former Enron employee, Debbie Perrotta, to debate whether an Investors' Bill of Rights is needed to clean up corporate America.
And, if Britain claims to be the America's strongest ally why did a London newspaper's call President Bush a "criminal" at the helm of "the world's leading rogue state?" Martin Lewis, political commentator, explains why our ignorance of our arrogance is making folks hate us more.
All that, plus we'll have continuing coverage from around the globe as the War on Terror continues.
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