Just one day after U.S. officials announced that a fragile cease-fire in Fallujah (search) was being extended, Marines were engaged Monday in an intense firefight with insurgents in a northern district of the besieged Iraqi city.
Is it time to get tough on the fighters in Fallujah? Harlan Ullman, senior adviser with the Center for Strategic and International Studies, weighs in.
They came. They met. They meddled. Leaders of the world's richest countries held a G-7 summit this weekend and some were quick to point the finger at the U.S. as a threat to the economic recovery around the globe. Should we listen to them? We’ll ask Alfonse D'Amato, former New York senator and Fox News political analyst.
Plus, we’ll talk earnings and expectations with Fred Smith, chairman and CEO of Fedex Corporation.
Oil prices slide upwards in reaction to an attempted suicide bombing on Iraq’s main export oil terminals. Is Iraq’s oil infrastructure safe and secure? We’ll ask Phil Flynn, vice president of Alaron Trading Corp.
We’ll take the market’s temperature with Jonathan Hoenig, portfolio manager at Capitalist Pig Asset Management, and Barry Ritholtz, market strategist at Maxim Group.
Plus, from gambling to booze, investors are cashing in on sin. Find out how being bad can pad your portfolio when we sit down with Caroline Waxler, financial journalist and author of "Stocking Up on Sin."
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