From crooked CEOs, to fears about subscriber turnover, the cable television industry is under fire. And if you own stocks in this sector, you're probably feeling the pinch.

Is there hope for the sector on horizon? I'll host an industry roundtable with Leo Hindery, CEO of the YES network, Michael Willner, CEO of Insight Communications and Bill Gloede, editor in chief of Cableworld magazine.

Plus, has the stock market tested its lows? I'll ask Joseph Battipaglia, chief investment strategist at Ryan, Beck & Co., and Bernie Schaeffer, head of Schaeffer's Investment Research.

With interest rates at more than thirty-year low levels, is it a good time to refinance? I'll ask Dave Seiders, chief economist at the National Association of Home Builders, and Michelle Girard, bond market strategist at Prudential Financial.

As the West Nile virus spreads to the southern United States, I'll find out if the nation financially prepared for a major outbreak from Heather Tangora, president of Mosquito Technologies.

Plus, why does Ethan Harris, co-chief U.S. economist at Lehman Brothers think the Fed will trim rates 75-basis points by year end?

And, is sputtering economy a serious concern for the GOP as we head into the fall elections? Former Al Gore campaign manager Donna Brazile and Jim Dyke, spokesman for the RNC, take stock.

We'll have these stories and more!

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