Seven people -- including a Hamas (search) militant, his wife and their 3-year-old daughter -- were killed Thursday afternoon in an Israeli missile strike on a car in Gaza City. Twenty-seven others were wounded.
As the situation in the Middle East continues to deteriorate, we’ll examine whether cutting off funding can stop terrorism with Adel al-Jubeir, foreign policy adviser to Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah.
Is peace in the Middle East simply wishful thinking? We’ll ask Leon Charney, adviser to former President Carter during the successful Camp David Accords.
American warplanes on Thursday bombed what U.S. Central Command deemed "a terrorist training camp" north of Baghdad, as thousands of ground troops continued a massive operation aimed at rooting out Baathist loyalists who have been attacking coalition forces. So have combat operations in Iraq really ended? We’ll ask former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, FOX News contributor.
Safe at home? President Bush is dispatching inspectors to examine overseas ports. But why does Michael O'Hanlon, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, think it isn’t nearly enough?
We’ll take the markets’ temperature with Dagen McDowell, FOX News business analyst, and Jonathan Hoenig, portfolio manager at Capitalist Pig Asset Management.
The president puts generic drugs in the national spotlight and that has to make Bruce Downey, CEO of generic drug giant Barr Laboratories, very happy.
And, coming off a disappointing quarter, Vail Resorts’ CEO Adam Aron is looking forward to its “second season.”
Plus, a hard worker. A top performer. And loyal to the company. Find out why being too good at what you do could get you fired when former Labor Secretary Robert Reich weighs in on a shocking new trend on the next Your World with Cavuto.
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