Yet another intercontinental commercial flight was canceled Friday as the U.S. government ratcheted up its vigilance against potential terrorism.
How is this impacting passengers’ nerves? We’ll ask Rabbi Michael Panitz, passenger on Wednesday night’s British Airways Flight 223 from London to Washington D.C.
Plus, with inbound Air France jets being escorted by American F-16s, is it only a matter of time before there is a tragic incident? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from Charles Slepian, CEO of the Foreseeable Risk Analysis Center, and Rafi Ron, president of New Age Security Solutions.
A major rotation of our troops in Iraq is about to start – but is it such a good idea? We’ll ask Joe Reeder, former undersecretary of the U.S. Army, and Ivan Eland, senior fellow at the Independent Institute in California.
They helped Mayor Bloomberg ring in the new year and today they’ll join us to discuss Operation Iraqi Freedom: U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Carlos Morillo; U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Etienne Prohete; U.S. Navy Master Chief Petty Officer Terry Hoey, and U.S. Coast Guard Petty Officer Jesus Vazquez.
We’ll examine the human cost of the mad cow (search) scare with Les Leech, chief operating officer of Fremont Beef.
Plus, it’s one of the top New Year's resolutions but it's also one of the most dropped! Nikki Kimbrough, national fitness expert for Bally Total Fitness, shares tips on how to stick to that pledge to whip your butt into shape.
And, does a new year mean a new bull market? We’ll look at what stocks will be heading higher in 2004 with Jonathan Hoenig, portfolio manager at Capitalist Pig Asset Management; Ned Riley, chief investment strategist at State Street Global Advisors; Joe Battipaglia, chief investment officer at Ryan Beck and Company, and Tobin Smith, chairman of Changewave Research.
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