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When is paying $50 for a barrel of oil (search) a good thing? We’ll examine where oil-producing countries are spending their money and how it’s helping to keep interest rates in the U.S. low with The Washington Post’s Jeff Birnbaum and Diane Swonk, chief economist of Bank One, join the debate.
They give up their lives to secure your freedom. But what happens when they return home? We’ll ask Thomas Hall, assistant secretary of defense for Reserve Affairs.
It's no secret that Wall Street prefers President Bush to John Kerry. But with Kerry climbing in the polls, will investors have to face the inevitable? We’ll take the market’s temperature with Jonathan Hoenig, portfolio manager at Capitalist Pig Asset Management, and Tom Adkins of Remax Services.
Radical Islamic cleric al-Sadr’s militia remains holed up in a holy shrine in Najaf, using the holy place for cover as they continue to shoot at Iraqi and U.S. military forces. But does this use of the shrine overstep Muslim laws and can the Iraqi military actually take them out?
The new and improved Florida electoral ballot for 2004 is, by some descriptions, just as confusing as the 2000 version. Who benefits from this year's version?
Plus, the success of the iPod has led to more and more consumers buying Apple products. When one great product opens the floodgates for the rest of a company's products, the outcome can be dramatic. We’ll share other examples.
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