Topics and Guests for April 2

U.S. businesses created jobs at the fastest pace in nearly four years as hiring increased across a wide array of industries in March. The addition of 308,000 new jobs (search) stunned financial markets and provided long-awaited evidence of a job market recovery.

Is this a sign that the president’s economic plan is working? In a Fox News exclusive White house Chief of Staff Andy Card weighs in.

Plus, is job creation a dead issue for the Democrats? Republican strategist Cheri Jacobus and Bob Beckel, Democratic strategist, join the debate.

In a stunning development, the judge in the Tyco (search) trial declares a mistrial. What happens next? We’ll get perspective from Barry Minkow, who served more than seven years in prison for corporate fraud and now runs the Fraud Discovery Institute, and Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano.

Plus, would Wall Street prefer to see Dennis Kozlowski and Mark Swartz walk? We’ll ask Tobin Smith, chairman of ChangeWave Research; Scott Bleier, president of Hybrid Investors, Ben Friedman, portfolio manager at Dana Investment Advisors, and Joe Battipaglia, chief investment officer of Ryan Beck and Company.

Burying the hatchet? Sun Microsystems (search) reaches $1.6 billion settlement with Microsoft (search). We’ll get the details on the agreement from Scott McNealy, Sun’s chief executive, and Steve Ballmer, Microsoft’s chief executive officer.

Do daytime soaps need to clean up their act? The wildly popular and often steamy shows could very well be the latest target of the FCC. Lynn Leahey, editorial director of Soap Opera Digest and Soap Opera Weekly, and Rev. Jerry Falwell, chancellor at Liberty University.

And, can moving production overseas benefit the American economy? We’ll get surprising answers from Tech titan Marc Andreessen, chairman and co-founder of Opsware Inc.

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