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After nearly 24 years on the Supreme Court, Justice Sandra Day O'Connor (search) hands in her resignation. We'll get reaction to the news from Janet Reno, America's first female attorney general, and attorney extraordinaire David Boies, legal counsel for Al Gore in the 2000 presidential election and author of "Courting Justice."

Will the battle to replace O'Connor make last year's presidential race look like a tea party? Chris Wallace, host of "FOX News Sunday," weighs in.

We'll be joined by NBA owner, Mark Cuban, who was on the losing end of one of O'Connor's final rulings.

Plus, how did Wall Street react? We'll take the market's temperature with Patricia Powell, president of Powell Financial Group, and Tobin Smith, president and founder of Changewave Research.

And, who's the last person you'd expect to visit Guantanamo Bay? Chelsea Cooley, Miss USA, explains why she went to Gitmo.

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