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It's day three of Judge John Roberts' (search) confirmation hearing to be chief justice of the Supreme Court. How is he holding up? And is Roberts being candid about his judicial record?
We'll break down the process with former U.S. Attorney General Dick Thornburgh, and David Boies, author and attorney.
We'll track Hurricane Ophelia (search) as she lashes Coastal Carolina with a live report from FOX News' Jamie Colby.
Floodwaters in New Orleans (search) might be heading lower, but the health risks are still high due to dangerous levels of bacteria and toxic chemicals in the water as FOX News' Phil Keating reports.
Plus, not all Crescent City businesses are under water. Which one are coming back sooner than you think? We'll ask Mark Singletary, publisher of New Orleans City Business.
Will Fed head Alan Greenspan (search) raise rates in the wake of Hurricane Katrina? Scott Bleier, president and founder of Hybrid Investors, weighs in.
The media trumpeted estimates of 10,000 deaths as a result of Hurricane Katrina. Were those estimates exaggerated? And, if the media got it wrong, who's to blame? Marketwatch.com's Jon Friedman, weighs in.
Delta and Northwest Airlines are both said to be contemplating bankruptcy. Is Katrina to blame? We'll get Wall Street reaction from Wayne Rogers, president of Wayne Rogers & Co., and Kaleil Isaza Tuzman, president of the Recognition Group.
And, what do we get out of the United Nations powwow? We'll ask Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, associate dean for executive programs at the Yale School of Management.
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