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Criticized for his slow public response to the tsunami (search) disaster, President Bush pledges $350 million and taps two former presidents to spearhead the drive for more relief donations. Will that his critics? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Ian Williams, United Nations correspondent for The Nation, and Gerard Baker, U.S. editor for The Times of London.

The assassination of Baghdad's governor raises fresh concerns about the timetable of Iraq's elections. Should they be postponed? We'll ask Dr. Nile Gardiner of the Heritage Foundation, and Nancy Skinner, radio talk show host.

Congress returns to Washington and readies for what is expected to be $100 billion in new requests for Iraq funding. We'll ask former presidential candidate and current congressman, Dennis Kucinich, why he doesn't want to authorize another penny.

Plus, can small cap stocks rally for a second straight year? Ric Dillon, president and chief investment officer of Diamond Hill Investments, weighs in.

And, if small caps were big in 2004, should investors be looking towards large cap stocks now? We'll take the market's temperature with Jim Awad, chairman of Awad Asset Management, and David Nelson, president of D.C. Nelson Asset Management.

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