Sat., September 7, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. ET

This weekend join Neil Cavuto live from Ground Zero as he hosts a special edition of The Cost of Freedom: 9/11 The Day America Changed.

As we approach the first anniversary of Sept. 11, we'll look back at the impact the terror attacks had on the stock market and look forward to give you the information you need to make money during the War on Terror. Where do we go from here? For answers, we'll turn to:

Terry Keenan, host of Cashin' In
Dagen McDowell, Fox Business News contributor
Gary B. Smith, RealMoney.com columnist
Dennis Kneale, Forbes' managing editor

In the days following Sept. 11, it was sell first, ask questions later.  How will the markets react if there is another terrorist attack on the homeland? We'll ask:

Jim Rogers, president of JimRogers.com
Wayne Rogers of Wayne Rogers & Co.
Jim Michaels, Forbes editorial vice president
David Asman, host of Forbes on Fox

Will victory in the war on terror only come when there is peace in the Middle East? Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu weighs in.

The emotional effects of Sept. 11 still linger one year later for all of America, but especially for those who witnessed the attacks like Joe Battipaglia, chief investment officer at Ryan, Beck & Co., and Mike Norman, publisher of the Economic Contrarian Update.

Billions of dollars have been spent to make air travel safer. Has it helped? Mary Schiavo, former inspector general of the Department of Transportation, offers insight.

U.S. taxpayers have spent billions of dollars to help businesses that say they need bailouts because of the attacks. Is this money well spent? Former New York Sen. Al D'Amato and Elizabeth MacDonald, Forbes' senior editor, join the debate.

He's America's public enemy No. 1. But can the market completely recover with confirmation of Usama bin Laden's death?  We'll debate the issue with:

David Hackworth, retired U.S. Army colonel
Tobin Smith, founder and chairman of ChangeWave Research
Scott Bleier, president of HybridInvestors.com
Hilary Kramer, Montgomery Asset Management
Quentin Hardy, Forbes' Silicon Valley bureau chief

The stock exchange will open a full hour and a half late on Wednesday to mark the anniversary. How should we expect the market to react? You'll get insight from:

Pat Dorsey, director of stock research at Morningstar.com
Molly de Ramel, Fox Business News correspondent
Jonas Max Ferris, founder of MaxFunds.com

Plus, in this year of terror, we also had a year of scandal. From Enron to WorldCom, ImClone to Martha, CEOs were behaving badly and investors were taking a bath. How much damage was done and will Main Street ever trust Wall Street again? Joe Piscopo, entertainer and co-founder of Avellino Productions, joins us with perspective.

And, we'll visit with some family members of the victims of Sept. 11 to see how they are coping and how you can help.