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Is Main Street the new Wall Street? With real estate prices booming, house flipping (search) is hot! But, is "flipping" a sign the housing bubble may be about to burst? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Seth Weinstein, principal with Hannah Real Estate Investors, and Barbara Corcoran, founder of the Corcoran Group.

Plus, are real estate "flippers" destabilizing your community? We'll get insight from Anthony Masiello, mayor of Buffalo, New York.

Do you have an extra $3.8 billion lying around? Doug Steenland, president and CEO of Northwest Airlines (search), could use it! Steenland joins us to explain why his airline is the latest to face pressure over its under-funded pensions and how he plans to fix it.

And, will big changes on Capitol Hill mean big changes for your money? We'll take the market's temperature with Mary Lisanti, president of A.H. Lisanti Capital; Mike Norman, founder of Economic Contrarian Update, and Woody Dorsey, founder and president of Market Semiotics.

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