The combat phase of Operation Iraqi Freedom may be coming to a close, but the search of Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction is just beginning.
How much closer are U.S. officials to finding the smoking gun they are looking for in Iraq and what happens if they don't find weapons of mass destruction? We’ll get a read from former United Nations weapons inspector Tim Trevan.
North Korea said Friday it was reprocessing more than 8,000 spent nuclear fuel rods, which U.S. experts have said will give the communist state enough plutonium to make several atomic bombs. How large a threat does North Korea pose to the homeland and our economy? We’ll get the latest.
Plus, safe in the skies? Armed commercial pilots likely will be flying by Sunday. But are they properly trained? We'll investigate.
While the federal government is pushing for tax cuts, many states are staring at tax hikes. Will the taxpayer be caught in the middle? We'll explore the issue.
Plus, we’ll take the market’s temperature with Dagen McDowell, FOX News business analyst, and Jonas Max Ferris, founder of MAXFunds.com.
And, are you tired of tech? You might want to take a second look. Some stocks that were once high fliers are showing new surprising signs of life.
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