President Bush nominated CSX Corp. Chairman John W. Snow of Virginia to replace Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill and lead an economic team retooled for the president's re-election drive.

How will Wall Street react? And, is Washington trying to appease the Street, or the voters, or both? Jonathan Hoenig, portfolio manager at Capitalist Pig Asset Management, weighs in.

The United Nations must now sift through the Iraqi declaration. Will they uncover names of companies that helped Iraqi with their nuclear weapons program? We'll ask FOX News military analyst retired Colonel David Hunt.

Unable to pay off nearly $1 billion in debt due this week, United Airlines files for bankruptcy Monday. How could your portfolio be impacted? We'll have a complete report.

Boston's embattled Cardinal Bernard F. Law, facing growing calls for his resignation, traveled to Rome for consultations with Roman Catholic Church officials. Meanwhile, Catholic priests in Boston are banding together. Will enough come together to force Cardinal Law out? We'll get reaction from Bill Donohue of the Catholic League.

Plus, what would happen if another terrorist attack hits New York -- a city still trying to rebound from Sept. 11? We'll ask Deborah Beck, vice president of the Real Estate Board of New York.

Plus, we'll talk earnings and expectations with Hovnanian Homes' Ara Hovnanian.

And, legendary Pat Boone is back in the charts and is Neil's special guest.

We'll have those stories and more!

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