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The latest jobs numbers (search) are out and while the GOP is putting a positive spin on them, Democrats are saying they missed estimates by quite a lot. We’ll get a read from Treasury Secretary John Snow and former Clinton Labor Secretary Robert Reich.
Plus, could Friday's employment numbers mean good news for stock pickers? We’ll take the market’s temperature with John Challenger, chief investment officer at Challenger, Gray and Christmas; Bernie Schaeffer, chairman of Schaeffer's Investment Research; Tom Adkins of Remax Services, and Tobin Smith, chairman of Changewave Research.
The feds are telling Americans to keep their eyes peeled for any suspicious activity or characters they see this holiday weekend. But have we grown too accustomed to such warnings? We'll ask John Timoney, former police chief of Miami, Mike Baker, former CIA operative and CEO of Diligence LLC.
Two Arab nations are offering support for the new Iraqi government. So why doesn’t Iraq seem to want them? Is Iraq cutting off its nose to spite its face? We’ll ask Peter Brookes, former deputy assistant secretary of Defense and senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation.
Plus, Bill Cosby (search) went off on another tirade against the black community Thursday, telling a room full of activists that black children are running around not knowing how to read or write and "going nowhere." Is Cosby on track, or off target? Niger Innis, national spokesman for the Congress of Racial Equality, and Dennis Kneale, editor of Forbes magazines, join the debate.
And, Marlon Brando (search) is dead. His attorney says the "Godfather" and "On the Waterfront" actor died at a Los Angeles hospital. We'll look back at the screen legend's amazing life and career.
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