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Unprotected and vulnerable to attack: Are the nation's chemical plants (search) the next terrorist target? Rep. Ed Markey, D-Mass., speaks out.

And, are we treating terror suspects at Guantanamo Bay "too" well? We'll get a read from retired U.S. Navy Captain Chuck Nash, FOX News military analyst.

Are our leaders ignoring your money concerns by focusing so much on the growing Karl Rove scandal? Greg Valliere of the Stanford Washington Research Group weighs in.

The possibility that a Chinese company may win Unocal has the Beltway buzzing. A new poll shows Americans are overwhelmingly opposed to such a deal. But should Congress enact legislation that would block a takeover by a Chinese company? We'll ask Rep. Jim Saxton, R-N.J.

Plus, if China wins, should Wall Street be worried? We'll take the market's temperature with Craig Russell, senior foreign exchange dealer at Alaron Trading; Gary B. Smith, columnist for, and Mike Norman, publisher of the Economic Contrarian Update.

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