Did Al Qaeda (search) turn out the lights?
A communiqué attributed to Usama bin Laden’s terrorist network claims responsibility for Thursday’s blackout. Is this an electrifying development, or just a fizzled fuse? We’ll ask former New York Mayor Ed Koch.
To deregulate, or not to deregulate? After last week’s power outage, that is the question. We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from consumer advocate Doug Heller of ConsumerWatchdog.org, and George Sterzinger, executive director of the Renewable Energy Policy Project.
We’ll take the market’s temperature with Jonathan Murray, senior vice president at Legg Mason Wood Walker, and his twin brother David Murray, financial analyst at Legg Mason Wood Walker.
How would your life change if you discovered buried treasure? Find out, when we sit down with John Morris, CEO of Odyssey Marine Exploration, who may have discovered the richest cargo ever recovered.
The Smithsonian is weighing putting the wreckage of the Challenger and Columbia space shuttles on display for all to see. Since most tragedies are not on display, should the Smithsonian show these? For insight, we’ll turn to the second man to walk on the Moon, former astronaut, Buzz Aldrin.
Plus, we’ll talk earnings and expectations with John Eyler, chairman and CEO of Toys R Us.
And, Arnold Schwarzenegger’s financial team is getting pumped up. But will more advisers mean more taxes for California (search)? And will Arnold’s platform make his popularity plummet? We’ll ask Andy Kilpatrick, author of Of Permanent Value: The Story of Warren Buffett.
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