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Insurgents launched coordinated attacks at dawn Thursday against police and government buildings across Sunni Muslim (search) areas of Iraq, killing 69 people, including three U.S. soldiers, U.S. and Iraqi officials said. Another 270 people were wounded.
Yet despite the continued violence and instability in Iraq, Wall Street has remained surprisingly stable. What gives? We’ll take the market’s temperature with Meredith Whitney, FOX Business News contributor; Paul Pomfret, president of PDP Capital, and Adam Lashinsky, senior writer for Fortune magazine.
You may think all CEOs are crooks. But Patrick Byrne, CEO of OverStock.com, is proof they are not. When it comes to money, he worries more about how much good he's doing with it than how much he's actually making of it.
Is there a link between the enforced abstinence of Catholicism and the scandals that have rocked the Catholic Church? We’ll ask filmmaker Antony Thomas, director of “Celibacy.”
She's little, but her goals are giant. She has cancer, but refuses to be a victim. She was given lemons, but she’s making lemonade. Meet Alexandra Scott, creator of Alex’s Lemonade Stand.
Plus, why is Sen. John Ensign, R-Nev., telling the United Nations to hand over all documents on the oil-for-food program by next Wednesday? We’ll ask him.
And, tune in Friday for Neil's exclusive interview with Vice President Dick Cheney (search).
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