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Hurricane Dennis (search) hit the storm-weary Florida Panhandle and Alabama coast on Sunday with less force than forecasters feared, sparing the region the widespread destruction caused by Ivan last September.
What lies ahead for the rest of the hurricane season? We'll get a read on the coming months from Accuweather.com's senior meteorologist Joe Bastardi.
We'll assess the damage left by Dennis with Ken Combs, mayor of Gulfport, Mississippi.
And, we'll look at the impact that severe storms have on property values with Tim Kunz, CEO of Century 21.
Is the White House planning for a drastic reduction in coalition forces in Iraq by mid-2006? We'll get an update from retired U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Col. Bill Cowan, FOX News military analyst, and Frank Gaffney, president and CEO of the Center for Security Policy.
Plus, could the stocks you're holding soar higher if our troops start coming home? We'll take Wall Street's temperature with Michael Parness, CEO of TrendFund.com; Jill Schlesinger, executive vice president and chief investment officer at Strategic Point Investment Advisors, and Meredith Whitney, executive director of CIBC world markets.
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