A slew of positive economic data is boosting the markets higher.
U.S. consumer sentiment bounced up. Total U.S. jobless claims dropped for the second consecutive week. And personal spending outpaced income growth for the first time since the summer.
Are these signs that a double-dip recession will be avoided?
Cardinal Law meets with members of the Voice of the Faithful. Was a resolution on the sex abuse scandal reached? We'll have a complete report.
Reports say Usama bin Laden is in good health. Does that matter to the progress of the war on terror? We'll ask FOX News military analyst retired U.S. Army Col. David Hackworth.
Pus, should you pay more for a ticket to a baseball game when a good team comes to town? We'll look at the latest proposal for a price tier system.
And, don't miss our special Thanksgiving edition of Your World:
They call it Black Friday -- the busiest shopping day of the year. You're off to the mall, but are the terrorists right behind you? If they want to attack our economy along with our people, we've got a guy who says shopping malls are just the place to do it. What you, the first line of defense, have to look out for.
Then, as the holiday shopping season kicks off, people may fill the malls, but are they going to empty their wallets? Why Jeff Bezos, head of Amazon.com and Jeff Eyler, CEO of Toys R Us say yes.
And, if you're looking for early signs of a Christmas present in the way of tax cuts, don't hold your breath. Are Republicans about to make a huge mistake? We'll debate.
Whether you own a home, or just own stock in a company that builds them, chances are you're thanking your lucky stars. But is that luck all about to change? Neil hosts a roundtable with the biggest names in homebuilding: Ara Hovnanian, CEO of Hovnanian Homes; Stuart Miller, chief of Lennar Corp and Bruce Karatz, head of KB Homes.
Plus, we'll look at what investors have to be thankful for this year, including the housing sector, with our panel of market gurus.
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