Africa (search): A war-torn region stricken with AIDS, hunger and poverty, but rich in natural resources.
Will President Bush’s plan for tapping in ease their troubles? And is a major business opportunity is being threatened by the conflict in Liberia? We’ll get insight from Niger Innis, national spokesman for the Congress of Racial Equality.
Outgoing Centcom commander General Tommy Franks says now is *not* the time to send more troops into Iraq, but if reports of dangerously low morale are true, what will it take to improve the situation? We’ll ask retired Lt. Col. Bill Cowan, FOX News military analyst.
Will technology stocks take the market higher? We’ll ask Tony Dwyer, equity market strategist at FTN Midwest Research; Frank Lasalla, president of BNY Clearing Services, and Jim Awad, president of Awad Asset Management.
Kobe Bryant (search), one of basketball's brightest stars, was arrested on suspicion of sexual assault. What led to the arrest of the Los Angeles Lakers guard and is the public’s perception of him now tainted? We’ll ask Bob Dilenschneider, founder of the Dilenschneider Group, and Jackson Bain of Bain & Associates.
Are Americans hungry for a television network that focuses on real issues and real people? We’ll be joined by Doron Gorshein, chairman and CEO of The America Channel.
Plus, forget all the doom and gloom you've been hearing about the nation's job outlook. Labor expert John Challenger says there are thousands of job openings across the country right now. Where should you be looking? Find out on tonight’s edition of Your World with Cavuto.
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