Despite Iraq's grudging acceptance Wednesday of the U.N. resolution mandating the return of weapons inspectors, the rhetoric between Baghdad and the United States shows no sign of cooling down.
Is President Bush up to the task of taking on Saddam Hussein for the long haul? Can the president match Saddam's skill at brinkmanship? Former Indiana Congressman Lee Hamilton, now head of the Woodrow Wilson Center, and former California Congressman Bob Dornan, join the debate.
Plus, we'll talk earnings and expectations with Ron Shaich, CEO of Panera Bread.
Many analysts are warning of a weak holiday season for retailers. So why is Gordon Segal, founder and CEO of Crate and Barrel, still expanding? We'll ask him.
Is taller better? Should the Twin Towers be rebuilt even taller than they were before? Jonathan Hakala who used to work on the 77th floor of One World Trade Center, and Robert Lenzner of Forbes magazine join the debate.
And, should cities attempt to close budget gaps by taxing commuters? We'll be joined by Jonathan Collegio from Americans for Tax Reform. It's a story you can't afford to miss.
Plus, we'll take the market's temperature with Dagen McDowell, FOX News business analyst, and Price Headley, founder and chief analyst of Bigtrends.com.
We'll have those stories and more!
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