Topics and Guests for September 21

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As Hurricane Rita (search) churns through the Gulf of Mexico, we'll investigate whether the U.S. economy can weather another monster storm with Liz Ann Sonders, senior investment strategist at Charles Schwab.

Will Rita trump Katrina as the costliest storm? And should you have to foot the bill? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Rep. Scott Garrett, R-N.J., and Sen. Trent Lott, R-Miss.

Devastated by Hurricane Katrina and preparing for Rita, Louisiana's utility, Entergy, may be forced to file for bankruptcy for its New Orleans unit. We'll get an update from Arthur Wiese,

Plus, will corporate America blame Hurricanes Rita and Katrina for poor earnings? We'll get a read on Wall Street from Wendell Perkins, chief investment officer for the Johnson Family of Funds; Jordan Kimmel, president of Magnet Investment Group, and Scott Hanson of

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