Tuesday's the big day for what the White House is calling its economic forum, an opportunity for 250 businesses to discuss measures that will strengthen the economy and make workers and investors more secure.
Can the forum jump-start the economy? We'll ask Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill and Larry Lindsey, White House assistant for economic affairs.
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a germ weapons expert, vigorously denies that he was involved in the anthrax attacks that killed five people last year. Are the authorities setting Hatfill up as the fall guy for the crime? We'll ask former FBI agent Gary Aldrich.
Is Martha Stewart the real target of the ImClone investigation? Lis Wiehl, former federal prosecutor, weighs in.
Plus, Ben Court, editor of Men's Journal magazine, drops by with perfect toys, tools and gadgets for men.
And, Survivor host Jeff Probst and three furry friends join us to promote responsible puppy adoption.
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