"Terminator" Arnold Schwarzegger (search) and Gary Coleman (search) of Different Strokes fame throw their hats in the ring of the recall election to become California's next governor. 

Think actors have no place in politics?

Don't tell that to Ben Jones, who played the part of Cooter in Dukes of Hazard and then went on to become a Democratic congressman from Georgia.

And don't say that the Lyn Nofziger, Ronald Reagan's good friend, or Wayne Rogers, Trapper John on M*A*S*H who now splits his time as an actor, investor and money manager extraordinaire.

• The election season is already heating up and Al Gore (search) is speaking as if he were running.

Does this this guy see a vulnerability for the Democrats in frontrunner Howard Dean (search), or is the Democratic Party missing the point?

We'll ask Rep. Harold Ford, Jr., D-Tenn.

• U.S. soldiers continue to come under attack in Iraq, so is it time for some air support?

Hear what Secretary of the Air Force Dr. James Roche and Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. John Jumper have to say about the plan.

Plus — Coalition tactics are changing as the pursuit of Saddam Hussein moves forward. A man who knows a thing or two about carrying out raids against dangerous forces is Ehud Barak, former prime minister of Israel.

• Every boss wants loyalty, but can they ask for too much? And when do you — the employee — draw the line?

Jeffrey Sonnonfeld, associate dean at the Yale School of Management (search), will explain how to tell if your boss is a nut!

• Get 'em while they're hot! That's what Ron Shaich, chairman and CEO of Panera Bread (search), says of his company — whose earning rose today just like the yeast in their dough.

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