Five homicide bombers hit Basra (search), Iraq targeting police stations with car bombs. Meanwhile, in Saudi Arabia, a car bomb rocks buildings in the capital city. Clearly no one safe in any country.
But will attacks like these jolt the Saudis into taking a more active role in the War on Terror? We’ll ask Danielle Pletka with the American Enterprise Institute.
With American workers being kidnapped, held hostage and killed in Iraq, why would someone go? We’ll get insight from Clarence Fountain, who left Iraq after a month on the job for Halliburton subsidiary KBR, and W. Michael Simmons, who says he still plans to go.
Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan tells Congress that low, short-term interest rates will have to rise at some point. But how soon and how much of a hike can we expect? We’ll ask Ben Boissevain, managing partner at Agile Equity; Ned Riley, chief investment strategist at State Street Global Advisors, and Stuart Varney, Fox Business News contributor.
Cheaper medication could be closer than you think. But is importing drugs from overseas the right prescription? We’ll get insight from Sen. Olympia Snowe, R-Maine.
Business is booming for casino company, MGM Mirage. Are expansion plans in the works? J. Terrence Lanni, chairman and CEO of MGM Mirage, weighs in.
Plus, if one of the biggest names in home furniture is cutting jobs, does that mean the housing market is cooling off? We’ll ask Farooq Kathwari, chairman, president and CEO of Ethan Allen.
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