A homicide bomber detonated a bomb on a bus in downtown Jerusalem (search) Wednesday afternoon, killing 15 people and wounding scores of others.
And it didn’t take long for Israeli armed forces to retaliate; helicopter gun ships kill at least seven in the Gaza Strip.
Is President Bush’s road map to peace about to be derailed? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from former Deputy Prime Minister Natan Sharansky and Ghaleb Darabya, PLO counselor for political and congressional affairs.
Oil prices spiked on the news of more Middle East violence. Should we expect another summer of high energy costs? We’ll ask Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham.
We’ll take the markets’ temperature with Phil Orlando of Federated Investors and Gary B. Smith, columnist for RealMoney.com.
Plus, where are Saddam Hussein’s weapons of mass destruction? Was there a breakdown in the U.S. intelligence chain prior to the war? We’ll ask Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., why he thinks we need to get to the bottom of the WMD question.
And, no barbed wire fences. No watch towers. And no armed guards. It may not sound like prison, but believe it or not, Egglin Federal Prison Camp in Florida is where ImClone’s Sam Waksal is reportedly going to spend his next seven years. But is this kind of place really a deterrent to crime? We’ll be joined by Barry Minkow, who served over seven years in a white-collar jail, and Herb Hoelter, founder of the National Center on Institutions and Alternatives.
Tune in tonight to Your World with Cavuto.
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