A new report from the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States (search) raises questions about how we're viewed around the world. Some terror experts say the U.S. could use a makeover.
Does the world's biggest superpower have a PR problem? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from Amb. Wendy Sherman, principal of the Albright Group and a former adviser to President Clinton, and Leon Charney, former foreign policy adviser to President Carter.
We’ll take the market’s temperature with Gregg Hymowitz, founder of Entrust Capital, and Mike Norman, publisher for the Economic Contrarian Update.
We’ll investigate the rise of the luxury housing market with Pam Liebman, president of the Corcoran Group.
Why did a gift from Tiger Woods cost amateur golf champion Mike Freeman his amateur golf status? We’ll ask him.
Now that people are using their cell phones with digital camera capabilities for almost anything they please, can your privacy be protected? We’ll ask Christopher Murray, civil liberties attorney for Reisman, Pierez and Reisman.
Plus, he had it all, then lost it. We’ll track the rise and fall of Bruce McNall, author of Fun While it Lasted.
Those stories and more today’s edition of Your World with Cavuto
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