Tuesday, March 9: Burger Bill

On today's edition of "DaySide" with Linda Vester:

No More Martha? Martha Stewart Omnimedia’s board of directors decides whether the company's namesake will get to keep her job. Can her company survive without her? We'll ask Joel Stein, who worked for Martha Stewart and is currently a reporter for Time magazine.

Hunt for WMD: CIA director George Tenet testifies on Capitol Hill about a new terror threat beyond Al Qaeda. Should you be worried? We’ll ask Jonathan Schanzer, specialist at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.

Super Tuesday III: With the Democratic nomination unofficially his, Sen. John Kerry stumps in some key swing states, telling supporters in Florida that many foreign leaders   want him to beat President Bush. Which begs the question: What world leaders has Kerry met with recently? We’ll get insight from Susan Estrich, Fox News political analyst, and Cheri Jacobus, GOP strategist.

Burger Bill: Congress debates whether to ban anyone from suing the fast-food industry on the grounds that eating burgers and fries made them fat. Is this a step toward personal responsibility, or big business not taking responsibility for their actions? Victor Schwartz, lawyer for the American Tort Reform Association, and Dr. Neal Bernard, president of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, join the debate.

Those stories and more on today’s edition of “DaySide with Linda Vester"

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