An Egyptian man opens fire at Los Angeles International Airport on Thursday killing two people.
Was this a terrorist attack or a random act of violence? And just how secure are our nation's airports? I'll ask Mary Schiavo, former inspector general of the Department of Transportation, and Charles Slepian, CEO of the Foreseeable Risk Analysis Center.
Was Friday's rally a single day event? Or could it lead to something much larger? Hilary Kramer, senior investment strategist at Montgomery Asset Management, and Scott Bleier, president of HybridInvestors.com, join the debate.
Does President Bush have a plan to hold corporate America accountable? I'll ask Greg Valliere, managing director of the Schwab Washington Research Group.
At over $7 a pack, is New York City attacking its smoking public? Danny McGoldrick, of the Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids, and Audrey Silk, founder of NYC Clash, debate.
Summer's here — are you taking a vacation? I'll sit down with Barry Lawrence, senior career advisor at Careerbuilder, to find out if Americans ever really take a break from work.
And, is the war on terror overseas reducing the threat of terrorism over here? Fox News military analyst Col. David Hunt weighs in.
All that plus, Your World wants to know what in the world is on your mind. We'll be taking your phone calls at 1-888-TELL-FOX.
All that, plus we'll have continuing coverage from around the globe as the War on Terror continues.
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