Topics and Guests for June 14

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After Michael Jackson (search) was found not guilty, we'll get the financial fallout from the case! Can the "King of Pop" make a comeback and build back up his fragile fortune? We'll ask Tom O'Neil, senior editor of In Touch Weekly; Alex Mar, online news editor for Rolling Stone; Craig Marks, editor-in-chief of Blender magazine, and Tina Wells, CEO of Buzz Marketing Group.

It could cripple American industries and ruin your investments: Is America on the brink of a trade war with China? Neil sits down for an exclusive interview with Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez (search).

Plus, are inflation worries a thing of the past? Liz Ann Sonders, chief investment strategist and senior managing director at Charles Schwab, weighs in.

And, are plans for the Sept. 11 memorial at New York's Ground Zero straying way off base? We'll get reaction from Richard Tofel, president of the International Freedom Center.

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