The former chief financial officer of Enron Corp. was charged Wednesday with securities, wire and mail fraud, money laundering and conspiring to inflate Enron's profits and enrich himself at the company's expense.
The criminal complaint charges that Andrew Fastow and others created a scheme to defraud Enron and its shareholders through transactions with off-the-books partnerships that made the company look more profitable than it was.
Can a big fish lead to even bigger fish? We'll ask Greta van Susteran, host of On the Record.
Is President Bush talking up Iraq to take your focus off of the economy? Rep. Charlie Rangel, D-NY, says yes and it's time it stops.
Can Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle, D-SD, expect to hang his post come November? Fox News political analyst Dick Morris weighs in.
Are you willing to pay an extra tax to go to war with Iraq? What about bringing back the draft? Could both be on the horizon? Jeffrey Smith, former general counsel for the CIA, offers insight.
Did investors give up on Tuesday's gains? We'll have a mid-week market check with Phil Orlando, chief investment officer at Value Line Asset Management, and Larry Wachtel, chief market analyst at Prudential Financial.
Plus, four days and $4.7 billion in losses and West Coast ports are still shut down. Could the lockout be fatal to small businesses? Kenton Kidd, president of the California Apple Commission, and Tracy Mullin, president of the National Retail Federation, join the debate.
And, are some bulletproof vests that protect New York's cops defective? That's what a new lawsuit charges, as attorney Bill Lerach explains.
We'll have those stories and more!
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