Corporate scandals rocked the market and the public demanded action.

Now House and Senate lawmakers have overwhelmingly approved a compromise corporate fraud reform bill designed to prevent corporate executives from disguising companies' financial problems using accounting tricks.  But does Wall Street think Washington went too far? I'll ask Patricia Chadwick, president of Ravengate Partners.

Porter Bibb, managing partner at Technology Partners, looks at the latest big media shakeup.

Are the market's worst days over? Todd Eberhard, president of Eberhard Investment Associates and Bill Fleckenstein, president of Fleckenstein Capital, join the debate.

Does the Roman Catholic Church care more about the clergy than those who were abused? I'll ask David Clohessy, director of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests.

Plus, after watching the stock market get pummeled to five-year lows, many investors are praying for some calmer seas. Is smoother sailing ahead?

And, we'll look at the freedom of the press during times of war. Should the media be publishing reports of the Bush administration's plans for Iraq?

We'll have these stories and more!

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