Topics and Guests for April 30

If you're paralyzed by high prices at the pump, get ready to gulp at grocery.

We’ll examine why the price of milk (search) is hitting record highs with Beth Meyer, spokeswoman for the American Dairy Association.

Recently released pictures show members of the U.S. military allegedly mistreating Iraqi prisoners. Is this a public relations disaster? We’ll get reaction from former U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Col. Bill Cowan, Fox News military analyst.

A change of the guard in Fallujah (search) as Iraqi security forces take over positions from withdrawing U.S. Marines. How did the handover go and what was the situation like in the war-torn city today? We’ll get a live report from Tony Perry, correspondent for the Los Angeles embedded with the Marines.

April showers are supposed to bring profits for investors. So what happened this year? We’ll take the market’s temperature with Kevin Lane, chief market strategist at Redwood Technimentals Research; Gary B. Smith, columnist for, Tobin Smith, chairman of ChangeWave Research.

On Friday’s edition of “Nightline,” ABC's Ted Koppel will read the names of every soldier killed in action since the start of the war in Iraq. But Sinclair Broadcasting Group (search) has told its eight ABC affiliates not to air the program -- saying this is a political statement disguised as news. Mark Hyman, Sinclair’s vice president for corporate relations, defends his company’s decision.

Plus, is Sinclair making the right move? Brent Bozell, president of the Media Research Center, and Robert Thompson, head of the Center for the Study of Popular Television at Syracuse University.

And, with Election Day fast approaching, is Democratic candidate John Kerry (search) ready for prime time? We’ll ask body language expert Patti Wood and Democratic strategist Jenny Backus.

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