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From the battle over John Bolton (search) to the struggle over Social Security, is the GOP in trouble? Sen. Trent Lott, R-Miss., defends his party.
Plus, is America buying the president's plan to privatize Social Security accounts? Rep. Melvin Watt, D-N.C.
Would you forget about reporting $25 million on your taxes? If you're Dennis Kozlowski, the answer's yes and that's just the beginning! Why do the rich make very poor decisions when it comes to their personal finances? We'll ask Vera Gibbons, special correspondent for Kiplinger's Personal Finance.
We'll talk earnings and expectations with Mike Jackson, chairman and CEO of Autonation, and Jim Mullen, CEO of Biogen Idec.
Plus, what happened in March to hammer earnings in April? We'll ask Dan Genter, president of RNC Genter Capital Management; Jordan Kimmel, president and portfolio manager of Magnet Investment Group; Michael Cuggino, portfolio manager of the Permanent Portfolio Fund, and Lori Wachs, portfolio manager of Delaware Investments.
And, should some of Russia's financial moves have you concerned? We'll investigate.
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