Authorities were searching every commercial airplane in the United States on Friday after someone left three suspicious bags filled with claylike material, bleach and boxcutters on two Southwest Airlines (search) flights. Whoever left the bags on planes in Houston and New Orleans left notes that said the writer was concerned about security on airplanes.
But “concerned” or not, is this a slap in the face to airline security? We’ll ask Bernard Kerik, former New York City police commissioner.
Plus, do these incidents prove that airline security is still not up to par? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from Charles Slepian, CEO of Foreseeable Risk Analysis, and Jim Burnett, former NTSB chairman.
Sunday, Pope John Paul II will beatify Mother Teresa, putting the most well known Catholic nun on the fast track to sainthood. We’ll on inside the Vatican with William Cardinal Keeler, archbishop of Baltimore.
Are the changes at the New York Stock Exchange the beginning of the end for the trading system that has been in place for over a decade? FOX News’ Dagen McDowell investigates.
President Bush begins the first leg of his Pacific tour, meeting Friday with Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi (search). But is the president also trying to talk down the dollar? Bob Lenzner, national editor for Forbes magazine.
What role does a weak dollar play in earnings season? Are we all being taken for a ride? We’ll take the market’s temperature with Gary B. Smith, columnist for RealMoney.com, and Tom Dorsey, president of Dorsey Wright & Associates.
And, from a perfect resume, to interview techniques and power networking, what are the best tools to help women land a new position even in this job market? We’ll be joined by employment expert Tory Johnson.
Plus, Phil Goldfarb, president of the Holiday Inn Pompano Beach, and Nicki Grossman, president of Ft. Lauderdale Visitors Bureau, join us with an offer that Stevie Bartman, the loneliest Cubs fan on the planet, can’t refuse!
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