In a major shakeup for the Bush economic team and after months of speculation over whether he indeed would step down, U.S. Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill has told President Bush he will resign.
Senior White House economic adviser Larry Lindsey will also announce his resignation.
What will this mean for the Bush administration's economic stimulus plan? Who will be found to replace them? And how will your portfolio be impacted?
We'll look at the trials of Paul O'Neill with Bank One's Diane Swonk; Rep. J.D. Hayworth, R-Ariz., and financial wizard and funnyman, Ben Stein.
Plus, we'll examine how the news is being received inside the Beltway with Tony Snow, host of FOX News Sunday.
We'll take the market's temperature with Price Headley, founder and chief analyst of BigTrends.com, and Tobin Smith, president of Changewave Research.
Why did Federal agents raid a Quincy, Mass., company that provides critical software to major U.S. agencies? We'll ask former New York Police Commissioner Howard Safir.
Plus, Cardinal Law gets the thumbs up to proceed with a bankruptcy filing for the Boston Archdiocese. Will he do it? Ray Flynn, former Boston mayor and former ambassador to the Vatican and author of John Paul II: A Personal Portrait of the Pope and the Man, weighs in.
And, are diet pills the safe solution to the childhood obesity problem in this country? We'll ask nutritionist Edita Kaye, author of The Skinny Pill.
We'll have those stories and more!
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