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Britain plans to deport 10 foreigners, including a cleric considered to be Usama bin Laden's spiritual ambassador. How did British authorities round up so many suspected terrorists? We'll ask Bob Strang, former co-chair of the New York Senate Anti-Terrorism Task Force and CEO of Investigative Management Group.

Then, is the airline industry nearing a fuel shortage? We'll get the lowdown from John Armbrust, president of Armbrust Aviation Group and publisher of "Jet Fuel Report."

And, should we do away with tipping? Bruce Weinstein, CEO of Ethics at Work, Inc. and author of "Life Principles," weighs in.

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