A deadly car bomb slams through a Bali nightclub, killing at least 188 people.
Is Al Qeada starting to resurface? Fox News military analysts retired Major Bob Bevelacqua and retired Major Don Edwards, join the debate.
Plus, the United Nations prepares to vote on Iraq weapons inspections resolutions. Now that Congress is behind President Bush, will the U.N. fall in line too?
How is the Beltway sniper impacting business in the Washington metropolitan area? We'll ask Bill Hanbury, president of Washington D.C. Convention and Tourism.
Buy, sell or hold? John Brennan, CEO of the Vanguard Group, offers his advice for individual investors.
Voters head to the polls in less than a month. What issues are most important and which political party has the edge? Cheri Jacobus, political consultant and David Corn, Washington editor at the Nation magazine, join the debate.
Israel's Prime Minister Ariel Sharon comes to Washington this week, but war -- not peace -- will be on the agenda when he meets with President Bush. We'll ask former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak what kind of reception can Sharon expect.
And, employers are taking longer than ever to sift through prospective employees' past -- especially when it comes to executives. John Challenger, CEO of Challenger, Gray & Christmas, tells you why and what they're looking for .
Plus, it's a huge week for earnings. You'll get a preview of the biggest stocks and bell weathers to watch with Hilary Kramer, senior advisor at Montgomery Asset Management; Peter Cardillo, chief strategist at Global Partners Securities and Larry Wachtel, chief market strategist at Prudential Securities.
We'll have those stories and more!
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