Domestic diva Martha Stewart (search) is the target of a federal criminal probe, her company, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc., said on Tuesday.
Could an indictment from a grand jury be in Stewart’s future? We have all the angles covered with Christopher Byron, author of Martha Inc., and Columbia University's John Coffee.
Plus, is it time to stop targeting Martha? Ad man Jerry Della Femina says enough is enough.
President Bush brings his Middle East peace roadmap directly to Arab leaders. Will Israeli comply with its side of the bargain? We’ll ask former Deputy Prime Minister Natan Sharansky.
Plus, we’ll take the markets’ temperature with Dagen McDowell, FOX Business News analyst, Jonathan Hoenig, portfolio manager at Capitalist Pig Asset Management, and Bill Hornbarger, chief fixed income strategist at A.G. Edwards.
And, is big business coming to your living room? In a bid for cash, TiVo plans to start selling information on what its customers watch and don't watch. Is this an invasion of your privacy? Stephen Keiting, executive director of the Privacy Foundation, and Josh Bernoff, principal television analyst with Forrester Research, join the debate.
Tune in tonight to Your World with Cavuto.
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