On Tuesday President Bush spelled out his plan for cracking down on corporate criminals. But does the plan go far enough? What is the best way to restore investor confidence in Wall Street?
I'll ask House Minority Leader Rep. Dick Gephardt, D-Mo.
We'll also take a close look at the nation's bankruptcy laws and how they could protect certain executives from scrutiny.
Plus, if the U.S. military goes back into Iraq, will we have any allies on the ground? I'll turn to Fox News military analyst retired General Paul Vallely for insight.
Did investor disappointment in President Bush's speech lead to Wednesday's market collapse? I'll ask Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano.
Plus, I'll review the results of a new survey that suggests a large majority of investors don't want to invest again until they feel safe about corporate America with Dick Morris, former Clinton advisor and Fox News political analyst, and Robert Weiss, of the Robert Weiss law firm.
Could Wednesday's sell-off lead to a buying opportunity? Charles Payne, chief market strategist at Wall Street Strategies, and Muriel Siebert, president and chair of Muriel Siebert & Co., debate.
Boeing Chairman Phil Condit is shaking things up at the aerospace giant. So why didn't Wall Street react positively? I'll ask him.
And, when celebrities' careers suffer when they break down in public? New York Post columnist Adam Buckman weighs in.
All that, plus we'll have continuing coverage from around the globe as the War on Terror continues.
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