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Can our markets continue to stay in the green in the face of terrorism? We'll take Wall Street's temperature with Jon Najarian, CEO of Najarian Capital; Adam Lashinsky, senior writer at Fortune magazine, and Tobin Smith, president and founder of Changewave Research.
The release of the images of four suspected bombers in London begs the question: Is racial profiling key to maintaining the security of the homeland? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from talk show host Steve Malzberg and Forbes' Mike Ozanian.
The London attacks hit home for commuters in this country. How are they coping? Neil hosts a commuter roundtable.
Plus, U.S. Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez on whether the attacks in London will impact our economy.
Does an increase in attention to homeland security put defense stocks in play? We'll be joined by Frank Lanza, president, chairman and CEO of L-3 Communications.
And, Hawaii is putting a cap on what drivers pay at the pump. Should your state do the same? We'll ask Tom Schatz, president of Citizens Against Government Waste.
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