Hurricane Lili scored a direct hit on Cajun Country Thursday morning, pounding the Louisiana coastline with 100 mph winds and driving rain.
What will be Lili's final financial toll? We'll ask Louisana Governor Mike Foster.
And, in case you think Lili is just an issue for those along the Gulf Coast, think again. Phil Flynn, oil analyst at Alaron Trading, explains how the storm could impact your portfolio.
Plus, how did the markets weather Lili's arrival? Art Hogan, market strategist at Jefferies & Co., and Hilary Kramer, senior advisor at Montgomery Asset Management, weigh in.
Police search frantically Thursday for the killer or killers who gunned down five people in 16 hours in the Maryland suburbs of Washington, D.C. We'll have the latest news.
Could a victory for President Bush on dealing with Iraq, be a big defeat for the nation? We'll ask Rep. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt.
Are the nation's airlines still blame Sept. 11, for their lousy profits? We'll ask Northwest flight attendants Molly Reiley and David Barrow West, if bad business -- not fear of terrorism -- is to blame.
Are the bulletproof vests used by the New York Police Department defective? On Wednesday you heard the accusation. Today, the company that manufactures those vests responds.
Are some investors so angry that they are prepared to take to the streets? You won't believe this story.
Plus, former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani weighs in on catching corporate crooks.
We'll have those stories and more!
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