Iraq invited U.S. Congress members and experts of their choice Monday to search sites in Iraq where they suspect weapons of mass destruction are hidden.
Is this simply a delaying tactic? Or does Iraq have nothing to hide? Former Green Beret and Fox News military analyst Bob Bevelacqua joins the debate.
President Bush is getting tough on corporate shenanigans, but is a former administration to blame for creating a culture of corporate crime? Jim Rogers, president of JimRogers.com, weighs in.
Will the man accused of kidnapping and killing five-year-old Samantha Runnion get death?
Plus, what makes the media focus on certain abduction cases and not others? Eric Burns, host of Fox News Watch, and Greta van Susteran, host of On the Record, join the debate.
And, will the Federal Reserve be forced to cut interest rates again to prevent a double dip recession? We'll ask Hilary Kramer of Montgomery Asset Management and Ron Hill, chief equity strategist at Brown Brothers Harriman and Company.
We'll have these stories and more!
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