American troops advancing toward Baghdad engaged in fierce street-to-street battles with Iraqi militants Tuesday as they continued their push toward the Iraqi capital.
Iraqi television reported that Saddam Hussein would make an address at noon EST. There has been much speculation that the Iraqi dictator was wounded or killed in the first airstrike on Baghdad 13 days ago.
We'll get the latest on the coalition's progress from our FOX News correspondents in the field and a battlefield assessment from former vice chief of naval operations, Col. Thomas Keaney.
The House considers the president's war package. Will it be smooth sailing, or a rocky road? We'll ask former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich, FOX News contributor.
The White House has said its Middle East peace plan is non-negotiable, and it expects Israel and the Palestinians to uphold their parts. But will they? Natan Sharansky, cabinet minister to Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, joins the debate.
If the war continues to drag out could we be looking at a worldwide recession? We'll ask economic guru Don Straszheim, Bob Hormats, vice-chairman at Goldman Sachs and Gail Fosler, chief economist at the Conference Board.
How is the United States building a military that's ready to fight a new "asymmetrical war." Col. John Alexander, author of, Future War: Non-Lethal Weapons in Twenty-First Century Warfare, offers insight.
Plus, we'll take the market's temperature with Vince Farrell, chairman of Victory Capital Management; Paul Rabbitt, president of RabbittAnalytics.com, and Jeff Birnbaum, Washington managing editor of Fortune magazine.
We'll have those stories and more on today's edition of Your World with Cavuto.
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