Like dozens of other state and local government's across the country, cash-strapped New York City (search) is considering limited forms of gambling to boost revenues.
Good idea? Al D'Amato, former senator from New York and a FOX News contributor, and Rev. Phil Blackwell, member of the National Coalition Against Legalized Gambling, join the debate.
Why is a former White House counsel targeting the loosely regulated hedge fund (search) world? We’ll ask Lanny Davis, former special counsel to President Clinton.
Is fast food habit forming? Attorney John Banzhaf and Steve Anderson, head of the National Restaurant Association, square off.
The Boston Archdiocese opens its financial records to the public by putting them on the Web. Is this an encouraging step, or too little too late? We’ll investigate.
Plus, we’ll take the market’s temperature with Charles Payne, CEO at Wall Street Strategies, and Peter Cardillo, chief strategist at Global Partners Securities.
And, is the dollar’s continued drop the result of some sort of conspiracy? We'll ask Glenn Stevens, managing director of Gain Capital, and Jim Rogers, president of JimRogers.com.
That's tonight on Your World with Cavuto.
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