Pop superstar Michael Jackson (search) will soon be arrested on multiple child molestation charges, Santa Barbara County law enforcement officials said at a news conference Wednesday.
But has Michael Jackson used his wealth and fame to buy his way out of trouble? We’ll ask Adam Buckman, columnist for the New York Post, and Peter Johnson, Fox News Channel legal analyst and president of Leahey and Johnson P.C.
The president touts free trade, but is he a free trader? By adding tariffs and imposing quotas, are his actions the best for business? We’ll ask Peter Morici, former chief economist at the International Trade Commission, and Lewis Leibowitz of the Consuming Industries Trade Action Coalition.
The U.S. Justice Department charged 47 foreign exchange traders (search), including employees of J.P. Morgan Chase and UBS, with fraud and other criminal offenses after a slew of arrests in a sting targeting several top firms thought to have defrauded small retail investors of millions of dollars. Will there be more of these arrests to come? John Coffee, professor at Columbia Law School, weighs in., professor at Columbia Law School, weighs in.
Did the president’s plan for Medicare receive a welcome endorsement from an unexpected corner? We’ll ask Health and Human Resources Secretary Tommy Thompson.
Why is the president’s prescription drug package facing stronger-than-expected opposition from congressional Democrats? We’ll ask David Certner, federal affairs director for the AARP.
And, we’ll talk earnings and expectations with Carly Fiorina, Hewlett-Packard's chairman and CEO.
Plus, sexy, sultry and barely there. Some groups think Victoria's Secret's (search) new primetime fashion show went too far. Could it cost the company in sales? We'll ask Andrea Lafferty, executive director of the Traditional Values Coalition.
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