Topics and Guests for May 21

Authorities are on high alert (search): Preparing, protecting and defending our nation. But at what cost?

Can our economy survive a state of terror? We'll investigate.

Following the success of Operation Iraqi Freedom, we’ll get a read on the relations between the United States and Jordan, with Bassem Awadallah, Jordan’s minister of planning.

Congressional Democrats are blasting the administration's push to develop smaller nuclear weapons to battle ever more lethal terrorists. Is there any such thing as going a “little” nuclear? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from Sens. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., and Jack Reed, D-R.I.

Republicans say if they get their way the president's tax cut plan will put money into the pockets of Americans by the summer. But Democrats think the dough that is coming to average folks won’t enough a below average economy. Who’s right? Reps. Jim Saxton, R-N.J., and Ben Cardin, D-Md, sound off.

There can be only one American Idol. How did a regular series suddenly turn into the Super Bowl of entertainment? We’ll ask Tom O’Neil, senior editor at InTouch Weekly.

We’ll take the markets’ temperature with Michelle Girard, bond market strategist for Prudential Financial, Jonas Max Ferris of and Dagen McDowell of FOX Business News.

Plus, why is ABC’s The Practice trimming back almost all of its big stars? Can the show do that and succeed? We’ll ask TV Guide's Max Robbins.

Tune in tonight to Your World with Cavuto.

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