It’s a fund-raising frenzy.
In the race for campaign dollars, President Bush is out of the gate. Will some Democrats be left in the dust? We'll ask Jeff Birnbaum, Fortune magazine's Washington bureau chief.
Plus, forget about security at U.S. ports and borders, does a bigger threat to the homeland (search) exist in your medicine cabinet? Bo Dietl, chairman and CEO of Beau Dietl & Associates, explains.
True, or false: The current housing boom could last well into the next decade? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from Nicolas Retsinas, director of the Joint Center for Housing Studies, and John Destefano, president of the National League of Cities and the mayor of New Haven, Connecticut.
Following Monday’s huge run up on Wall Street, should investors be on the lookout? We’ll get a read from Bernadette Murphy, chief technical analyst at Kimelman & Baird; Larry Wachtel, market analyst at Prudential Financial, and Gary B. Smith, columnist for Realmoney.com.
Plus, after days of student protests and rioting, is Iran’s theocracy ready to topple? We’ll ask Rep. Brad Sherman, D-Calif.
And, there's no debating that Sen. Hillary Clinton had a story to tell. But the $8 million question was, would people buy it? We’ll get the initial results from the former first lady’s publisher, Jack Ramonos, CEO of Simon & Schuster.
That's tonight on the next Your World with Cavuto.
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