With the major battles of Operation Iraqi Freedom likely over, leaders of Iraq's rival factions gathered with coalition forces Tuesday to help pave the way toward a democratic nation.
Meanwhile, U.S. troops, wary of lingering threats posed by foreign fighters and hard-core Iraqi regime loyalists, ratcheted up their search for weapons of mass destruction and prisoners of war.
During the last 24 hours, coalition forces have focused on eliminating pockets of Iraqi resistance, locating regime leaders and delivering humanitarian aid, Brig. General Vincent Brooks said during a U.S. Central Command briefing Tuesday. He said all previously burning oil wells are no longer ablaze.
President Bush hopes that a free Iraq could be a model for other Arab nations. But is that just wishful thinking? We'll ask retired U.S. Army Col. David Hunt, FNC military analyst.
Plus, we'll investigate what companies will be awarded contracts to rebuild Iraq with Bill Hartung, senior fellow at the World Policy Institute.
Pres. Bush pushes hard for his proposed tax cut. Will he get everything he asked for? Stephen Moore, president of the Club for Growth, and Eleanor Clift, contributing editor for Newsweek, join the debate.
What lies ahead for the U.S. auto industry? General Motors' CFO John Devine drops by.
And, are some Iraqi sympathizers trying to stick it to the U.S. by dumping the dollar in favor of the Euro? We'll get a read from international investor Jim Rogers.
We'll have those stories and more on today's edition of Your World with Cavuto.
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