The national terror alert level was lowered from orange to yellow on Thursday, suggesting the threat of a terrorist attack on the United States has eased somewhat.
How will Wall Street react? We'll be joined by Scott Bleier, president of Hybrid Investors, and Gregg Hymowitz, founder of Entrust Capital.
While we've heard constant criticism from Democratic presidential candidates over the president's economic plan, we have heard very little about their specific plans. Why is that? We'll ask Greg Valliere, managing director of the Schwab Washington Research Group.
The French might be saying give inspections more time, but why is Burt Aaronson, Palm Beach County commissioner in Florida, saying when it comes to the French themselves, time's up?
Is The Sopranos a big enough payday for HBO to fork out the big bucks for its stars? Adam Buckman, entertainment writer for the New York Post, and Scott Collins, television editor for the Hollywood Reporter, join the debate.
It's chilly outside, but Ralph Venuto Jr., president of Hollywood Tans, doesn’t have the winter blues.
Plus, Carlos Gutierrez, CEO of Kellogg's drops by to unveil a new product that he hopes will fight industry-wide flat sales.
And, we'll meet Daniel Libeskind, whose design for a complex of angular buildings and a 1,776-foot spire picked as model for rebuilding World Trade Center.
Those stories and more, tonight on Your World w/ Neil Cavuto.
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