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President Bush is set to name his choice to replace Sandra Day O'Connor (search) on the Supreme Court. We'll get a preview of his possible pick from Brit Hume , FOX News Washington managing editor and host of "Special Report."
Plus, what are business leaders looking for from the president's Supreme Court nominee? We'll ask Donald Trump; John Challenger, CEO of Challenger, Gray and Christmas; Charles Payne, CEO of Wall Street Strategies, and Michael Crofton , CEO of Philadelphia Trust.
And, damage control 101: That's exactly how some PR gurus describe Tuesday night's Supreme Court announcement. Is this a move to get the focus back on the Court and off of Karl Rove? We'll ask David Johnson, CEO and co-founder of Strategic Vision; Bob Dilenschneider, head of the Dilenschneider Group, and Patricia Powell , president of the Powell Financial Group.
FOX on top of Hurricane Emily (search) on a tear: FOX News' Phil Keating reports from Texas on preparations there and Janice Dean forecasts where the storm is headed.
Plus, 88 oil platforms are shut down in the Gulf of Mexico. If this continues to happen, are we going to get permanently hit at the pump? We'll ask Phil Flynn of Alaron Trading.
Have earnings become a non-issue for investors? We'll take Wall Street's temperature with Kaleil Isaza Tuzman, president and managing partner of Recognition Group; Chris Russo, senior vice president of Gunn Allen Financial, and Wayne Rogers , founder of Wayne Rogers and Company.
And, we'll be joined by three true American heroes who, despite their injuries, cycled across the country raise money for wounded vets: Soldier Ride's Chris Carney; Staff Sgt. Ryan Kelly and Staff Sgt. Heath Calh oun.
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