Would you ditch your gas-guzzling Sport Utility Vehicle for Jesus?
We'll investigate why religion has entered the debate over SUVs and examine what the Bush administration has planned for fuel efficiency standards with Diane Steed, president of the Coalition for Vehicle Choice.
Would a U.S. attack on Iraq lead to massive political and economic destabilization of the region? We'll ask Pedro Sanjuan, former director of political affairs for the United Nations' Secretariat.
How is Wall Street reacting to Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle's, D-S.D., charge of Republican obstructionism? Patricia Chadwick, president of Ravengate Partners, and Scott Bleier, president of HybridInvestors.com, join the debate.
We'll ask Brookstone CEO Michael Anthony why he has high expectations for this year's holiday sales and talk earnings and expectations with Michael Potter, CEO of Big Lots.
Plus, we'll examine the cost of grief to American business -- it's a bigger problem than you think. We'll ask Russell Friedman, co-director of the Grief Recovery Institute, if you can put a price on grief.
And, who are you calling a role model? We'll look at what happens when big celebrities go bad with Tom O'Neil, editor-in-chief of In Touch magazine, and Jeanne Wolf, editor-at-large of US Weekly.
We'll have those stories and more!
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