Published July 10, 2003
Demands are high while supplies are dangerously low. Is there an energy crisis (search) in our future?
Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham answers on tonight’s edition of Your World with Cavuto.
President Bush traveling in Africa, in part, to persuade other nations to give money to help fight AIDS. But will the U.S. follow up on its promises? We’ll ask Paul Zeitz, head of the Global AIDS Alliance.
We’ll take the market’s temperature with Jordan Kimmel, president and portfolio manager at Magnet Investment Group; Michelle Girard, bond market strategist at Prudential Financial, and Scott Bleier, president of Hybrid Investors.
From new hi-tech passports, to personal interviews for visas, the United States is tightening security at its borders. But is now the right time to implement them? We’ll ask Rick Webster, director of government affairs for the Travel Industry Association of America.
Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld denies that the United States went to war with Iraq on bad intelligence. Was he convincing? We'll get reaction from two members of the Senate Armed Services Committee, Sens. James Inhofe, R-Okla., and Mark Dayton, D-Minn.
What are the most popular names for babies in the country? And what will they be in 10 years from now? We'll get the answers from Michael Shackleford, creator of Popular Baby Names.
And, just in time for your summer barbecues, another deadly mosquito illness is showing up in the U.S. How concerned should we be about Eastern Equine Encephalitis? We’ll ask Dr. Paolo Coppola, director of emergency services at Brookhaven Hospital in New York.
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