Allied forces carried out a massive bombing campaign on Baghdad early Friday, smashing telecommunications structures in the Iraqi capital in an attempt to cut off Saddam Hussein from his military and civilians.
We'll get the latest on the coalition's progress from our FOX News correspondents in the field and a battlefield assessment from FNC military analyst Col. David Hunt.
Once Iraq is liberated, who will be responsible for rebuilding the shattered nation? Andrew Natsios, administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development, joins the debate.
President Bush says the United Nations will have a role in a post-war Iraq. But what should that role be? We'll hear from former Justice Department official Bruce Fein, founding partner of the law offices of Fein & Fein.
Entifadh Qanbar, Washington director of the Office of the Iraqi National Congress, is calling for a popular uprising in Iraq. We'll ask him why the State Department is very nervous about that.
Even people directly impacted by terrorism are divided on the war in Iraq. We'll get two differing perspectives from Stephen Push, treasurer for Families of September 11 who lost his wife Lisa on American Airlines Flight 77, and Andrew Rice, a member of September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows, who lost his brother David in the World Trade Center attacks.
We'll take the market's temperature with Hilary Kramer, chief investment strategist at HFR Asset Management, and Jonas Max Ferris, founder of MAXFunds.com.
We'll be joined by Amb. Wolfgang Ishinger, German ambassador to the U.S.
And, former presidential candidate Gary Bauer weighs in on politics of war.
We'll have those stories and more on today's edition of Your World with Cavuto.
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