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Will Iran's (search) election of an ultra-conservative president increase U.S. efforts to support pro-democracy forces in the Islamic republic? John Loftus, former Justice Department prosecutor and president of the Intelligence Summit, and Ken Timmerman, author of "Countdown to Crisis," join the debate.

We'll take Wall Street's temperature with Adam Lashinsky, senior writer at Fortune magazine; Meredith Whitney, executive director of CIBC World Markets; Doug Fabian, president of Fabian Wealth Strategies, and Gary B. Smith, columnist for

Plus, if someone were able to see a life-threatening disease in your future, would you want to know about it? We'll examine the possibilities presented by gene imaging (search) with Dr. Sanjiv Gambhi, head of Stanford University's molecular imaging program.

From getting clipped at salons to being taken to the cleaners, are some businesses overcharging women? We ask style icon, José Eber.

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