Judging the Jury: Does Martha Stewart (search) stand a chance of getting a fair trial? Or could jurors have trouble separating Martha Stewart from the latest list of corporate crooks?
We’ll get a read from Gloria Allred, victims’ rights attorney, and Greta Van Susteren, host of "On the Record.”
New Hampshire front-runner Sen. John Kerry says he's doesn’t want to rescind all of the president's tax cuts, just those on the very rich. Is that registering with voters? We’ll tax cut to the chase with Brit Hume, Fox News Washington managing editor.
Plus, how will Tuesday's first in the nation primary shake out? We’ll crunch the numbers with pollster John Zogby of Zogby International.
And, if one-man one-vote is good enough for us, is it good enough for Iraqis? Or is a caucus the best way to go to get things done over there? Jon Alterman, director of the Mideast program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, weighs in.
If the wealthy are confident about the economy, does that make Wall Street happy? We’ll ask Donald Selkin, director of equity research at Joseph Stevens & Company, Inc., and Jonas Max Ferris, founder of MAXFunds.com.
Are too many diets simply trying to make a buck? We’ll examine the low carb craze with one of America’s original fitness enthusiasts Jack La Lanne.
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