President Bush lays down the law on the Iraqi prison scandal, promising Arabic television that any soldier involved will face justice.
But has the damage to America’s image already been done? And will this public relations move do any good? David Corn, Washington editor of The Nation, and Alfonse D'Amato, former New York senator, join the debate.
The oil-for-food (search) scandal has the United Nations under pressure. Now Sen. John Ensign, R-Nev. tells Neil why he thinks it’s time to cut their cash flow.
Who says higher interest rates kill a bull market? We’ll take the market’s temperature with Jon Elsen, business editor at the New York Post; Charles Payne, CEO of Wall Street Strategies, and Kevin Caron, market strategist at Ryan Beck and Company.
From California to Connecticut, more states have plans to slap more taxes on their wealthy residents. Is that fair? Dan Mitchell, economist with the Heritage Foundation, and Bob Beckel, Democratic strategist and Fox News political analyst, join the debate.
On Cinco de Mayo, we’ll investigate whether you should stash your cash in Mexico with Scott Piper, portfolio manager for Morgan Stanley, and Jim Rogers, president of Jimrogers.com.
And, gas prices in the U.S. are on the rise. So why does John Kilduff, senior vice president of energy risk management at Fimat USA, say we should be grateful to pay these prices? We’ll ask him.
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