It’s halftime for 2003. What’s your next play?
We'll get the market gameplan that could make your stocks score by years end from Vince Farrell, chairman at Victory Capital Management, Gary B. Smith, columnist for RealMoney.com, and Meredith Whitney, FOX News contributor.
Louisiana residents brace for a wallop as Tropical Storm Bill (search) approaches landfall. We’ll track the storm’s movement with Joe Venuti in the FOX Weather Center.
Plus, are you living in a home not insured for flood damage? If so, Michael D. Brown, who overseas the National Flood Insurance Program, says you might be in trouble.
How much would you spend to ensure your security here at home? Most Americans would answer, just about anything. But what if we told you it was going to cost $100 billion? Is that what it will take to get the U.S. in tip-top shape? We’ll ask Zachary Karabell, member of the Council on Foreign Relations and economic strategist at Fred Alger Management, and Micheal Scardaville of the Heritage Foundation
Is the Vatican preparing to clean up the heart of the U.S. Catholic Church sex scandal? We’ll be joined by Ray Flynn, former ambassador to the Vatican and former mayor of Boston, and David Clossy, national president of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests.
Plus, can the government reform Medicare? We’ll ask Dr. John Goodman, president of the National Center for Policy Analysis.
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