The United States, facing increasing resistance from France, Russia and China, will continue to seek a consensus in the U.N. Security Council on how to quickly disarm Saddam Hussein, Secretary of State Colin Powell said Thursday.

Is it a question of when, not if, the U.S. launches an attack on Iraq? We'll ask FOX News contributor and syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer and The Nation's Ian Williams.

As the nation edges closer to a possible war with Iraq, shipping, food and military suppliers have done well. So why have defense stocks dipped? Stock analyst Hilary Kramer, senior strategist and adviser at Montgomery Asset Management, and retired Major General Paul Vallely, FOX News military analyst, join the debate.

Plus, we'll look at java giant Starbucks' earnings and expectations with Howard Schultz, chairman and chief global strategist of Starbucks.

Don't look now, but all the major averages are down so far this month. Will this set the tone for the rest of the year? We'll ask Jonas Max Ferris, founder of MaxFunds.com and Tobin Smith, founder of Changewave Research.

Is President Bush's body language partially to blame for European anti-American sentiment? We'll ask body language expert, Patti Wood.

All that plus, big bets -- big bucks. From small town bars to big time bookies, betting on the Super Bowl has become a billion-dollar business. We'll follow the money with Wayne Allyn Root, chairman and CEO of Gwin Inc.

And, the bigger -- the better? To dominate the competition, are some NFL players taking a big gamble with their health? We'll be joined by Mackie Shilstone, sports performance guru.

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

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