Job cuts. A jittery market. Social Security. Tax cuts.
Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich says the Democrats have a plan. But with Election Day less than a week away, will voters respond?
Is Republican control of the House slipping along with President Bush's popularity? We'll get a read on the latest polls with FOX News political analyst Dick Morris.
Did Tuesday's Haitian immigrant incident in Miami demonstrate just how porous the nation's borders really are? We'll ask Dan Stein, executive director of the Federation for American Immigration Reform.
Are we headed for a sharp correction, or a 10 percent gain? We'll take Wall Street's temperature with Bert Dohmen, president of Dohmen Capital Research, and Joe Battipaglia of Ryan, Beck and Company.
Plus, pop star Christina Aguilera is back front-and-center with a down-and-dirty new image. Did she take too much of a chance, or does sex sell? We'll ask Jenny Eliscu, associate editor of Rolling Stone magazine.
Plus, will the markets retest year lows by the end of 2002? We'll ask investment strategist Bert Dohmen.
And, hear why mutual fund manager Rudolph-Riad Younes of the Julius Baer International Equity Fund, thinks U.S. stocks are a losing bet.
We'll have those stories and more!
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