Restaurants. Specialty stores. Personal chefs.
The food business is a gold mine and Nigella Lawson's got the recipe for success.
The White House's attention is focused on Iraq, but is North Korea a bigger threat? We'll ask FOX News military analyst retired Maj. Gen. Paul Vallely.
President Bush will name Wall Street investment banker Stephen Friedman as his top economic adviser Thursday afternoon, senior administration officials said. But why are some members of his party unhappy with the choice? We'll ask Brit Hume, FOX News managing editor.
Plus, will the president get the tax cuts he's hoping for? We'll be joined by former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich.
FOX News has learned that embattled Boston archbishop Cardinal Bernard Law will submit his resignation to Pope John Paul II on Friday. Will the pope accept it? And who will lead the diocese where contributions for parishioners have crumbled the most? We'll ask William Donahue, president of the Catholic League.
Plus, we'll take the market's temperature with Astor Asset Management's Rob Stein; U.S. Trust's Liz Ann Sonders and Montgomery Asset Management's Hillary Kramer.
And, what's going on with those billions of dollars meant to keep kids from smoking? Find out why it has Pat Reynolds Jr., founder of the Foundation for a Smoke Free America, fuming.
We'll have those stories and more!
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