Topics and Guests for January 10

North Korea will consider any U.N. economic sanctions imposed against it to be an act of war, that nation's ambassador to the United Nations said Friday.

We'll ask FOX News contributor Mansoor Ijaz how the U.S. should handle North Korea's bravado.

Is Saddam getting help from one of our allies? FOX News has learned that Iraq may have obtained as many as 2,400 electronic "jammers" that could throw America's smart bombs off their programmed path. Will that delay any possible military action? FOX News military analysts Maj. Gen. Paul Vallely and Gen. Tom McInerney join the debate.

The U.S. labor market took a turn for the worse in December as a weak holiday retail season cost over 101,000 jobs to the economy. Is the president's stimulus plan the cure for what ails the economy? We'll investigate.

How are the markets digesting the threat of conflict? We'll get a read from our FOX business all stars: Scott Bleier, president of; Tobin Smith, founder and chairman of ChangeWave Research and Gary B. Smith, columnist.

And, as the government continues to crack down on corporate crime, under some potential new laws white-collar criminals could spend more time in prison than convicted murderers. Is that fair? We'll ask James Felman, a Florida defense lawyer, and Barry Minkow, who at the ripe age of 23 was sentenced to 25 years for corporate crime.

Plus, meet a man on a mission to visit every Starbucks in creation.

We'll have those stories and more, today on Your World w/Cavuto!

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