2003 was a blast for investors. What will 2004 bring?
We'll take the market’s temperature with Stuwart Varney, Fox Business News contributor; Jeff Hirsch, editor of "Stock Trader's Almanac," and Kari Bayer Pinkernell, chief U.S. investment strategist at Merrill Lynch.
Has Usama bin Laden lost his mojo? Did many media outlets bury the news of bin Laden's latest audiotape? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Bob Lichter, president of the Center for Media and Public Affairs, and Peter Brookes, senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation.
Plus, do the latest immigration security measure go far enough? We’ll ask Mike Boyd, aviation security consultant.
If Democratic candidates try to score points talking about a stumbling economy, are they wasting their time? We’ll ask Commerce Secretary Don Evans.
Oops, she did it again. Pop tart Britney Spears managed to snag front page headlines from
Usama by getting hitched this weekend. But does this latest act signal Britney's career is cooling off? We’ll ask Craig Marks, editor of Blender magazine.
What kind of jury can Martha Stewart (search) expect? We'll get a read from FOX News legal analysts Peter Johnson and Lis Wiehl.
Plus, following the success of NASA's latest Mars (search) mission, is it time to send human to the red planet? Former astronaut retired U.S. Navy Capt. Alan Bean, the fourth man to walk on the moon.
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