Topics and Guests for October 14

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White House adviser Karl Rove (search) makes yet another appearance before the grand jury investigating the CIA leak. Is the White House worried? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from David Corn, Washington editor of the Nation and FOX News contributor, and Cheri Jacobus, Republican strategist.

Tired of so-so U.S. stocks? We'll go global and share which stock markets around the world are hot with Tobin Smith, president and founder of ChangeWave Research; Scott Kays, founder of Kays Financial Advisory Corporation; Kathy Boyle, president of Chapin Hill Advisors; Scott Bleier, president and founder of Hybrid Investors, and Dr. David Kelly, economic adviser at Putnam Investments.

Then, the online animators at JibJab set their sights on corporate America.

And, what does Donald Trump (search) have that actor Jude Law doesn't? We'll ask Marian Salzman, co-author of "The Future of Men."

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