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The Federal Reserve (search) is expected to boost interest rates for a third time this year, a move that would come in the final stretch of the presidential campaign.
We’ll get rate reaction from Rep. Jim Saxton, R-N.J., vice chairman of the Joint Economic Committee, and Joe Lavorgna, chief fixed income economist at Deutsche Bank.
Plus, do homebuilders care if rates are going up? We’ll Bruce Karatz, chairman and CEO of KB Home.
Defending his decision to invade Iraq, President Bush faced some of his toughest critics Tuesday as spoke to the United Nations General Assembly. Did he make any headway? We’ll ask Sens. John Ensign, R-Nev., and Ben Nelson, D-Neb., both members of the Senate Armed Services Committee.
Is demand for tech on sliding? We’ll ask Matthew Szulik, CEO of Red Hat.
He’s says pot helped him deal with multiple sclerosis. Now Montel Williams (search) hopes to plant the seed for a medicinal marijuana revolution. Will doctors buy it, or is it just a pipe dream?
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