French Foreign Minister Dominique de Villepin criticized the U.S. view that military action may be necessary to compel Saddam Hussein to comply with Security Council resolutions.
Is France a thorn in our side? Or is their caution justified? We'll ask Jean-Robert Leguey-Feilleux, professor of political science at St. Louis University.
We'll get the latest on the chaos in Venezuela from FOX News correspondent Geraldo Rivera, live in Caracas.
Could the president's economic plan boost auto sales? We'll ask Jim Gillette, vice president of IRN Inc.
Are roller coasters bad for the brain? A pair of studies put out today by Six Flags suggests not. But can the research be trusted since it was paid for by a coaster company? Gary Story, president of Six Flags; attorney Barry Novak and Dr. Robert Braksiek, roller coaster safety critic, join the debate.
Plus, from homeland security to a defiant axis of evil, the U.S. faces conflict on many fronts. But what are we really up against? Former National Security Adviser Richard Allen separates fact from fiction.
And, we'll give you read on which stocks appear bankable in the near future from Hilary Kramer, senior adviser at Montgomery Asset Management; Gregg Hymowitz, founder of Entrust Capital and Joe Moglia, CEO of Ameritrade Holding Corp.
We'll have those stories and more, today on Your World w/Cavuto!
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