Cardinal Bernard Law, under fire for his role in the sex-abuse scandal that has rocked the Roman Catholic church in the U.S., has resigned as the archbishop of Boston.
Was it the financial hit that the Catholic Church was taking as a result of the scandals that finally did the cardinal in? We'll investigate.
Is enough being done to prevent a looming transit strike that could bring New York City to a standstill and cost the Big Apple hundreds of millions of dollars? We'll ask former New York Governor Mario Cuomo.
President Bush on Thursday slammed comments made by Sen. Trent Lott last week, calling them "offensive" and saying they "do not reflect the spirit of our country." Is the incoming Senate majority leader becoming a political liability for the Republican Party? We'll have a complete report.
Plus, he took over the lease at the World Trade Center just a short time before Sept. 11. In a rare interview, we'll talk to Larry Silverstein about what he wants to see on the site and what he sees as a major problem for the world's financial capital.
And, it's Friday 13th. Are your stocks superstitious? We'll take the market's temperature.
We'll have those stories and more!
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