Wall Street is on a winning streak. But can the markets hold up until the end of the year? And what will 2003 bring for investors?
Plus, the Dow is closing in on the 9,000 mark. Is it a significant benchmark? We'll ask Michelle Girard, Treasury market strategist at Prudential Financial; Charles Payne, head analyst at Wall Street Strategies Corp. and Richard Cripps, chief market strategist for Legg Mason Inc.
The Bush administration is thinking of spending up to $135 million on abstinence education. Is it worth it? Dr. Wade Horn, assistant secretary of the administration on Children and Families, and Elizabeth Toledo from Planned Parenthood, join the debate.
What almost happened to this Israeli jetliner last Thursday in Kenya, could happen anywhere. There is a device our planes can get to ward off a missile attack. Unfortunately, that device comes with a $3 million price tag. How much is your safety worth? Isaac Yeffet, former head of security for El Al Airlines, and Rick Charles, aviation security expert, face off.
Plus, does UAL deserve a federal loan bailout? We'll ask Forbes' Michael Ozanian and FOX News business analyst Hilary Kramer.
And, the Boston Archdiocese is mulling filing for bankruptcy which would suspend action in all sex-abuse lawsuits and free Cardinal Law from testifying. Is that fair? Rev. Andrew Greeley and FOX News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano join the debate.
We'll have those stories and more!
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