Protesters chained themselves together, set tires on fire, and harassed police with false 911 calls in an effort to shut down the nation's capital as financial ministers from around the world began a weekend meeting.
What are the finance ministers trying to accomplish? And why do these summits always attract such heated protests? We'll ask protest organizer Antonia Juhasz of Mobilization for Global Justice.
Could convicted corporate crooks face some real time in a real jail? We'll sit down with Barry Minkow, who served seven years of a 25-year sentence for investor fraud, and Marc Washington, who spent six months in New York's famed Rikers Island prison.
Stocks slide into negative territory on Friday on worries about sagging corporate profits. What should investors do? Joseph Battipaglia, chief market strategist at Ryan, Beck & Co.; Tobin Smith, chairman of Changewave Research and Gary B. Smith, contributing editor of RealMoney.com. join the debate.
Plus, after a week of partisan rankling, where does the debate over Iraq stand? We'll check in with The Weekly Standard's Bill Kristol.
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