Enron's former CEO Jeffrey Skilling (search) pleaded not guilty to 42 counts related to the company's collapse -- charges including fraud, insider trading and making false statements to investigators. If convicted of all the charges against him, Skilling could face up to 325 years in prison and $80 million in fines.
We’ll get reaction from former Enron employees Debbie Perrotta and Charles Prestwood.
Is the prosecution preparing to wrap up its case against the domestic diva? We'll ask Lis Wiehl, Fox News legal analyst, and Lois Thompson, criminal defense attorney and partner at Proskauer Rose LLP.
Latest polls show President Bush trailing his Democratic rivals by at least 10 points. So why does John Podhoretz, author of “Bush Country,” think the president is in the driver’s seat?
Have investors grown immune to corporate scandals? We’ll get a read from Gregg Hymowitz, founder of Entrust Capital; John Murphy, chief technical analyst for StockCharts.com; Ron Hill, equity portfolio strategist for Brown Brothers Harriman; and Jim Awad, chairman of Awad Asset Management.
Why is Tom MacDonald from the I-Love-California-Fund asking every California resident to contribute $1.21 a day for one year? We’ll ask him.
Plus, big labor – big deal? Democratic frontrunner John Kerry (search) is expected to land the endorsement of the AFL-CIO. What does a big labor endorsement do for today's candidate? We’ll ask Richard Trumka, AFL-CIO secretary treasurer.
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