Topics and Guests for May 5

President Bush is forging full steam ahead in stumping for his economic package (search), pushing his plan in Little Rock, Arkansas.

But is the Bush push all for naught? We’ll ask Sen. John Breaux, D-La.

Warren Buffett rails against corporate excess and also gives his insights into the future. We'll get a read from Forbes magazine’s Robert Lenzner.

Also, why are we only hearing bad news about the economy? Are the good numbers getting buried? We’ll investigate.

How would you feel if your city or town adopted a city or a town in Iraq? FOX News foreign affairs analyst Mansoor Ijaz thinks it could be the smoothest way to rebuild the nation.

Think Wall Street has cleaned up its act? Mutual fund man Bob Olstein, president of the Olstein Funds, exposes the five biggest lies that financial advisors tell their clients.

Plus, the cost of rebuilding Iraq is taking some interesting turns. We'll give you the details.

And, Tom Rothman, co-chair of Fox Filmed Entertainment, explains the astonishing success of X2: X-Men United (search).

All that, tonight on Your World with Cavuto

About Your World...

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