Martha Stewart (search), the multi-millionaire icon of tasteful living, was indicted on securities fraud, obstruction of justice and conspiracy charges Wednesday by a federal grand jury for her role in the ImClone insider-trading scandal.

Can the Domestic Diva take the heat, or will she be peeling potatoes in the pen? We’ll ask ForbesElizabeth McDonald and Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, assistant dean of the Yale School of Management.

Plus, ironically, the Martha Stewart case centers not so much on the crime, but covering up the crime. It's a legal reach, but for prosecutors, is it a winnable one? We’ll ask former SEC enforcement chief Ira Lee Sorkin and FOX News senior judicial analyst, Judge Andrew Napolitano.

And, what is going through Martha's mind today? We’ll ask a man involved in a price-fixing scheme at the old brokerage firm Kidder Peabody that all but made him the poster child for corporate abuse, Joe Jett, author of Black & White on Wall Street.

President Bush meets with the Israeli and Palestinian prime ministers in a quest for peace in the Middle East. But could it all be for naught if the money flowing to Hamas is not cut off now? We’ll ask Matthew Levitt, senior fellow at The Washington Institute for Near East Policy and author of Targeting Terror.

The attacks on President Bush are coming fast and furious because no weapons of mass destruction have been found in Iraq yet. Did the Bush administration make the whole thing up? We’ll ask Michael Swetnam, former CIA officer and president of the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies.

Plus, is Chicago slugger Sammy Sosa's career on the outs? The Chicago Cubs outfielder admitted that he used a corked bat in last night's game. Could this “mistake” kill his career? We’ll get insight from sports super agent Drew Rosenhaus.

Tune in tonight to Your World with Cavuto.

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