Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean (search) had the largest war chest, but after a string of defeats he is preparing to drop out of the race for the White House.
So who says money is the key to victory in American progress? We’ll ask Douglas Brinkley, presidential historian and professor at the University of New Orleans, and Peter Fenn, Democratic strategist.
We’ll take the market’s temperature with David Katz, president of Matrix Asset Advisors, and Barry Ritholtz, market strategist at Maxim Group.
The Bush administration will lift the travel ban to Libya and will offer humanitarian aid to the North African country. How do the families of the Lockerbie bombing feel about this? We’ll ask Dan Cohen, whose daughter was killed on Pan Am Flight 103.
Plus, the mayor of San Francisco vows that the city will keep issuing marriage licenses to gay couples. But will the marriages stand? We’ll ask Lowell Selvin, CEO of PlanetOut Partners, the world’s largest gay media company.
And, think Las Vegas hotels rely mostly on gamblers for their income? Rob Goldstein, president and COO of the Venetian Resort-Hotel-Casino, says think again!
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