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Thousands more bodies have been found in Indonesia, dramatically increasing the death toll from Asia's devastating tsunamis to around 44,000. We'll get an update on the relief efforts from Kasit Piromya, Thailand's ambassador to the United States.
Is the worst yet to come for the victims of the Southeast Asian tsunamis? We'll get insight from Dr. David Markenson with the National Center for Disaster Preparedness at Columbia University.
Plus, is the U.S. stingy with its overseas aid? We'll get a read from Ian Williams, the United Nations correspondent for The Nation.
Will 2005 be the year you land that high-paying dream job, or should you just keep dreaming? We'll find out who's hiring from Richard Castellini with Careerbuilder.com.
Is there plenty of room to cash in on government salary? We'll ask Jonathan Turley, professor of public interest law at George Washington University Law School.
Why does ousted Fannie Mae CEO Franklin Raines stand to make a fortune for a job not well done? We'll investigate.
We'll take the market's temperature with Ted Weisberg, president of Seaport Securities; Jonas Max Ferris, founder of MAXFunds.com, and Dan Veru, portfolio manager at Palisade Capital Management.
And, with fewer federal funds flowing to the states, could your property taxes (search) soon be on the rise? We'll investigate.
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