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Despite rampant whisperings along the Beltway, Vice President Dick Cheney (search) says he's not dropping out of the presidential race.
Does it make a difference when you shake up the team? Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, associate dean the Yale School of Management.
Would Wall Street like to see Cheney replaced? We’ll ask Liz Miller, portfolio manager at Trevor Stewart Burton and Jacobsen; Paul Pomfret, president of PDP Capital, and Jon Elsen, business editor of The New York Post.
In less than 24 hours, the Martha Stewart will hear her fate. We’ll get insight on what she can expect from FOX News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano.
Plus, what’s going through Martha Stewart’s mind as awaits her sentencing? We’ll ask Barry Minkow, America's most notorious white-collar criminal and co-founder of the Fraud Discovery Institute.
It was a plan designed to keep terrorists off our airlines. Now, the U.S. government is reportedly scrapping the passenger-screening program because of privacy concerns. Is this a big mistake? Barry Steinhardt, director of the Technology and Liberty Project for the American Civil Liberties Union, and Charles Slepian, CEO of Foreseeable Risk Analysis Center, join the debate.
Is the technology sector heading south in a hurry? We’ll get a read from T.J. Rodgers, president and CEO of Cypress Semiconductor.
Plus, can you bank on a strong economy? Commerce Secretary Don Evans (search), and Robert Reich, former Labor secretary under President Bill Clinton and author of "Reason," join the debate.
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