Scott Sullivan (search), former chief financial officer WorldCom Inc., pleads guilty to three criminal charges relating to an $11 billion accounting scandal and is expected to cooperate in the investigation of WorldCom's former chief executive, Bernie Ebbers (search).
But as the government begins its WorldCom prosecution and wraps up its case against Martha Stewart, we’ll examine whether Main Street and Wall Street are really demanding a pound of flesh with plaintiff's attorney Lowell Peterson, who’s represented Enron and WorldCom employees, and Pamela Stuart, former federal prosecutor.
We’ll take the market’s temperature with Patricia Powell, president of The Powell Financial Group; Mike Norman, founder of The Economic Contrarian Update, and Stuart Varney, Fox Business News contributor.
Is Super Tuesday II John Kerry’s to lose? We’ll as a man who’s been there before, Oakland Mayor Jerry Brown.
Plus, how important is the labor vote in America today? We'll ask Joe Rosel, member of Local 9477 in Baltimore, Maryland; Tara Widner, USWA associate member coordinator in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Ralph Myers, vice president of Local 979 in Cleveland, Ohio.
And, Tuesday's attacks in Iraq were the bloodiest since the fall of Saddam, at least 143 dead. But what do these attacks really prove? We’ll ask Van Hipp, former deputy assistant secretary of the Army, and retired Command Sgt. Maj. Eric Haney, author of “Inside Delta Force.”
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