The U.S. Supreme Court (search) upholds a controversial affirmative action policy employed at the University of Michigan's law school, but struck down a plan used by the undergraduate school that gave certain racial groups a head start in admissions.
So was affirmative action affirmed? We’ll ask FOX News senior judicial analyst, Judge Andrew Napolitano.
Plus, could the ruling impact the business world as well? Alfred Edmond, editor-in-chief at Black Enterprise magazine, and Niger Innis, national spokesman for the Congress of Racial Equality.
And, was the court’s ruling responsible for Monday’s terrible market tumble? John Manley, chief investment strategist of the private client division at Smith Barney, and Peter Cardillo, chief strategist at Global Partner Securities.
Is Saddam dead or alive? And does it even matter? We’ll ask retired U.S. Army Maj. Bob Bevelacqua, FOX News military analyst.
It looks to be a record fundraising year for the GOP. But can the president raise as much money as his Democratic opponents? Jeff Birnbaum, Washington bureau chief for Fortune magazine, offers insight.
And, where are the stars? Despite a thrilling heavyweight battle on Saturday, boxing is generating little buzz these days. To find out why, we’ll turn to Larry Holmes, former heavyweight champion, and Richie Giachetti, veteran boxing trainer.
All that, tonight on Your World with Cavuto
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