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No waiting rooms, no complicated forms, no unwanted tests — a new medical program is shaking up the healthcare industry. Sound too good to be true? Well it's not but it will cost you. Dr. Edward Goldman, president and CEO of MDVIP, explains.

We have the latest in the wake of a critical report on Iraq's Oil-for-Food program (search). Who's guilty of what? We find out from FNC's Jonathan Hunt live from the United Nations.

Peter Cornelis says he can relate to Terri Schiavo (search) knowing what it's like to be lying in bed hearing everything but unable to communicate. Don't miss this!

You've heard of Napster (search), but what about Grokster (search)? It's one of the most popular software programs used to trade music, video and other files over the Internet. But one big company says it's illegal. Who's right? Join the heated debate with Mark Gorton, CEO of LimeWire; Ted Olson, former U.S. solicitor general; and Dan Glickman, president of the Motion Picture Association of America.

Want to save more money for your retirement? Federal workers have been doing it for years. Are the rest of us missing out? Gary Amelio, executive director of the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board, tells us about the retirement plan you probably haven't heard of.

Is Warren Buffett (search), chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, being questioned before some of the top legal agencies in the United States? If he's brought down, will the market come tumbling down with him? We ask the experts: Liz Ann Sonders, chief investment strategist at Charles Schwab Co.; Neil Hennessy, president of Hennessy Funds; and founder Tom Adkins.

The debate over outsourcing is nothing new. But the exclusive interview with Sam Pitroda, former chief technology officer to India, is. He's the man many credit — or blame, depending on how you look at it — for the outsourcing boom.

Employers are not doing it, but employees need it. What is it? Find out when we talk to Dr. Russell Rosenberg, director of the Northside Hospital Sleep Medicine Institute.

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