Ending a four-year absence, U.N. weapons inspectors returned to Iraq Monday morning to resume the task of searching for Saddam Hussein's possible weapons of mass destruction.
But is this just the start of a cat and mouse game? We'll ask FOX News military analyst Col. David Hunt.
Plus, what will happen to oil prices if things go wrong with the inspections and the U.S. is drawn into a war with Iraq? We'll ask Phil Flynn of Alaron Trading.
If the markets are worried about how these weapons inspections will go, they have a funny way of showing it. We'll take stock of the markets with Joseph Battipaglia, chief investment officer at Ryan, Beck & Co., and Sam Stovall, chief investment strategist at Standard and Poor's.
We'll talk to the creative mind behind the Victoria's Secret fashion show debuting on CBS this Wednesday.
Plus, are retailers in for a jolly holiday season? Retail numbers may not be as bad as some economists are predicting. Tracy Mullin, president and CEO of the National Retail Federation, and Howard Davidowitz, chairman of Davidowitz and Associates, face off.
And, more trouble for the airline industry as UAL announces more job cuts. How will this impact service and safety? Mary Schiavo, former inspector general for the Department of Transportation, and Rodney Slater, former secretary of Transportation, join the debate.
Plus, does the airline industry deserve another government bailout? Greg Davidowitch, president of United Airline's flight attendant union, weighs in.
We'll have those stories and more!
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