Alan Greenspan tells Congress that the U.S. economy had hit a "soft patch" amid falling stock prices and dimming business prospects.
What lies ahead for the economy? And are more rate cuts needed? We'll ask Rep. Jim Saxton, R-N.J., chairman of the Joint Economic Committee.
Iraq accepts the latest resolution from the United Nations. Is this an overture toward peace, or the first step in a complicated game of brinkmanship? We'll ask former Green Beret Major Bob Bevelacqua.
The nation's Roman Catholic bishops adopted revisions to their sex abuse policy that aim to protect the rights of accused priests while keeping molesters away from children. Is the Church doing enough to protect its flock? We'll ask Barbara Blaine, national president of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, and Father Stephen Rossetti, president of the Saint Luke Institute.
Plus, how is Wall Street reading the latest apparent communication from Usama bin Laden? Gary B. Smith, contributing editor at Realmoney.com; Gregg Hymowitz, principal of Entrust Capital and Michelle Girard, Treasury market strategist at Prudential Financial, join the debate.
And, we'll be joined by the legendary comedian Jerry Lewis.
We'll have those stories and more!
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