Topics and Guests for May 29

The current housing boom has been one of the strong points of the U.S. economy. But could that boom about to go bust?

I'll ask Robert Toll, CEO of Toll Brothers.

Libya has offered to pay $10 million per family as compensation for the deaths of 270 people in the 1988 Pan Am 103 bombing. Could this be the final chapter in the Lockerbie tragedy? I'll sit down with the lead attorney for the families of flight 103, Lee Kreindler and Bob Monetti, whose son died on Pan Am Flight 103.

Professor Alan Sager from Boston University's School of Public Health, explains how prescription drug re-labeling could be hitting you in your wallet.

Not since the Cold War have we seen as great a threat of nuclear war as we do today between India and Pakistan. How is President Bush handling it? Dick Morris, former adviser to former President Clinton and author of Power Plays, weighs in.

Plus, could the rising tension between India and Pakistan be traced back to Usama bin Laden? We'll ask FOX News military analyst Major General Paul Vallely.

And, how is Wall Street reacting? UBS Paine Webber's Mary Farrell and Montgomery Asset Mgmt.'s Hilary Kramer join the debate.

All that, plus we'll have continuing coverage from around the globe as the War on Terror continues.

About Your World...

More than just facts and figures, Your World with Neil Cavuto gets to the heart of the matter with reports from FOX News correspondent Molly Falconer and in-depth analysis from our FOX Business News All-Stars:

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