Should the Bush administration jump-start the sputtering U.S. economy?

I'll sit down with Larry Lindsey, special assistant to President Bush for economic issues.

Cisco System's earnings received mixed reviews, but some Wall Street watchers think the report could herald the return of the heydays of high-flying tech stocks. Is such a return possible? Or are those days over for good? Fox News Business contributor Dagen Mcdowell and Tony Dwyer, chief market strategist at Kirlin Securities, face off.

Analysts from the Rand Corporation issue a scathing review on Saudi Arabia. But is the assessment accurate and how could it impact U.S.-Saudi relations? Fox News political analyst Dick Morris, author of Power Plays, weighs in.

Does a new president for Colombia mean a new life for the country? Stephen Johnson, Latin American policy analyst for the Heritage Foundation, weighs in.

Plus, I'll talk earnings and expectations with Farooq Kathwari, CEO of Ethan Allen, and Imax's Rich Gelfond.

And, Martha Stewart is feeling the heat as congressional investigators widen the probe into her sale of ImClone shares a day before they plummeted. How much danger is the domestic diva in? I'll ask Greta van Susteren, host of On the Record.

We'll have these stories and more!

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