Topics and Guests for January 17

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Should companies be forced to disclose perks given to their top executives? Jack Welch, former CEO of GE and author of "Winning," weighs in.

Plus, former Vice President Al Gore accused the Bush administration of breaking the law with illegal wiretaps. We'll get reaction from conservative commentator and author Ann Coulter and Democratic strategist Bob Beckel.

And, will the Fed continue to hike interest rates for the rest of the year? We'll get a read from the gang at "Bulls & Bears":

• Scott Bleier, president of Hybrid Investors
• Gary B. Smith, managing partner of Exemplar Capital
• Tobin Smith, editor of Changewave Research

Thursday, January 19

From the health the U.S. economy to the latest in the War on Terror, Neil sits down for a powerful one-on-one interview with Vice President Cheney. Got a question for the vice president? Drop us a line to: and maybe Neil will ask it!

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