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Big news in the business world today as former WorldCom CEO Bernard Ebbers (search) was sentenced to 25 years in prison. It was the toughest term handed down yet in the recent wave of white-collar corporate scandals.
The judge in the case has ordered Ebbers, 63, to report to a federal prison, possibly one located in Yazoo City, Mississippi, near his home, by October 12. The judge has also said she would consider allowing Ebbers to stay out of while he appeals his case.
Ebbers' lawyer had argued for a lighter sentence, citing a lost history of anonymous charitable donations by Ebbers and friends who wrote letters on his behalf.
What in the WorldCom happened?!
We'll have complete coverage of the Ebbers sentence and we'll tell you why it could have former Enron CEO Ken Lay and a host of other corporate fat cats shaking in their boots!
Plus, as he contemplates his next Supreme Court (search) pick, President Bush makes a "supreme" gesture across the aisle. But is the president possibly being too nice toward Senate Democrats? Will it help or hurt the process?
We'll ask Tom Peters AOLs Better Life Coach and author of the book "Re-Imagine".
And later, you've heard a lot of talk about what's been going on at Gitmo during the past month. How are detainees at the military facility being treated? Are you getting the full story? We'll talk with FNC military analyst and former Navy Captain Chuck Nash about what he saw on a recent visit to the Naval Base.
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