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Social security, taxes, homeland security ... could party infighting sink President Bush's agenda? Bill Bennett, founder of Empower America, speaks out.
While Madrid (search) mourns those killed in that massive terror attack a year-ago, there's a very real threat you're not hearing about here. How safe is our nation's power grid? We'll ask Sami Saydjari, CEO of Cyber Defense Agency.
Could our market withstand another terrorist attack? We'll get a read from Scott Hanson, senior financial adviser at Hanson McClain; Tobin Smith, president and founder of Changewave Research; Gary B. Smith, columnist for RealMoney.com, and Michael Thomsett, author of "Stock Profits: Getting to the Core."
We'll get the latest on a startling new development over Iran's nuclear plans and the possibility of the U.S. offering Iran financial incentives from Michael O'Hanlon, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution.
Plus, we'll take you live to Atlanta for breaking developments on today's horrific courthouse shooting spree that left three dead and one injured.
And, Greta Van Susteren, host of "On the Record," join us with reaction.
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