With our homeland security at stake can you protect yourself from an attack?
Kroll & Associates' Michael Chersky tells us which anti-terror safety devices are worth shelling out your bucks for.
Ending a high stakes diplomatic standoff, Turkey's Cabinet agreed Monday to the deployment of tens of thousands of U.S. combat troops ahead of a possible war in Iraq. But the cost appears to be quite high. We'll talk about Turkey's strategic importance with FOX News military analyst and retired Marine Corps Col. Bill Cowan.
We'll take the market's temperature with Jim Awad, chairman of Awad Asset Management, and Bryan Piskorowski, First vice president and market commentator at Prudential Financial.
First Iraq, now our economy? Some European finance ministers are attacking President Bush's tax plan. Do they have a legitimate point, or should they butt out? Linda Chavez, president for the Center for Equal Opportunity and a FOX News contributor, weighs in.
Plus, the governors meet with the president to ask for more money. But why does Stephen Moore, president of the Club for Growth, say the governors should stop looking to Uncle Sam and start looking at themselves.
And, is it time for Bush to show Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan the door? Steve Forbes, former presidential candidate and publisher of Forbes magazine, and Professor Allan Meltzer, join the debate.
Those stories and more, today on Your World w/Cavuto!
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